There was this beautiful church/monestary that was beautifully lit in the morning dusk, but I had to go back and get my phone, so no phone. I took this photo on the second time around. It was still a great view, just not as great as the first time.
I was really upset about having a late start, because I wanted to go 30 km to Torres Del Rio in order to make the next day to Lorgona easier. I had to remember that the Lord has everything under control, and I must have left my phone for a reason.
There weren't that many pictures to get since the scenery was really the same as yesterday. I did try and get some shots of different parts of my walk.
You can't see it, but there is either a castle or a church at top of the mountain.
Found some interesting artwork going into a town.
Went and saw the last town for the next 12km....this was the church in the small town.
A small farm house
More hilly and mountainous landscapes
A house in ruins...
Stopped and rested here before moving on....
Saw a small farm on the way out.
Los Acros's church
There were vineyards everywhere
Toress Del Rio from afar....
I did extra today so I wouldn't have to do all of this tomorrow.....
I was so glad to reach albergue! I did have a small blister on the bottom of my foot. An Irishman put the needle and thread in it for me. He also put alcohol in it. It hurt!!!!
My hair is almost back to normal after washing my hair 3 times with normal shampoo. The all-in-one soap bar is NOT suitable for hair!
My new Irish friend kept making fun off due to my southern accent. Then we started quoting and talking about the movie "Oh Brother Where Art Thou".
I got to see the church. It was smaller than I thought, but the crucifix was beautiful. It was a very different crucifix. I did get a chance to tell my Irish friend about the reasons why I am doing the Camino. It was a good talk.