Puente la Reina to villatuerta

After so many days of long walks we decides to shorten the walk a bit (only 12 miles) so we finish with little time to relax and enjoy ourselves.

Most of the walk was in the countryside with vineyards, olive groves, almond trees. There were also wild berries along the side of the paths. I saw a Spanish pilgrim selectively picking and eating them. Of course I learned through him the right one to pick. He called them moora which turns out to be blackberries. We also found green fruit that tasted like plums. After a whole I watched Pat walking and sneaking the berries as we walked.

We found an alberge that is beautiful with cool running wAter to cool your feet and a hammock to rest in. We are all settled to have our peregrin meal Here is the sampling of the day.

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3 thoughts on “Puente la Reina to villatuerta

  1. Shalu

    I love the pictures of the bridge and of Enayet Uncle posing with the metal pilgrim sculpture. 12 miles stills seems like an awfully long way to me– you guys are doing great! Hope you get to chill your feet for hours on end while drinking rioja!

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  2. Camino Carla

    I saw the stork nests on church roof tops. After Sarria we did not see them building nests. Pat you look great, what a great time to be with family and do this journey. Buen Camino. Camino Carla

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