Day Two Camino Del Norte

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Day Two Camino Del Norte

Who Can Imagine Better Weather?

I heard del Norte was harder and it is true; it makes the Portuguese look like a cake-walk and the Frances easier.

80F of sun up never-ending steep inclines and grueling downhills on sharp rocks and mud for 17.5 miles mostly in flip-flops. Wow. It took me 9 hours!

Out of 15 people leaving my albergue this morning, only 3 of us came this far and we are beat! Happy, but tired with high-fives all around for surviving the day.

The walk was stunningly gorgeous, showcasing the northern coast of vineyards, pastures, mountains and sea.

The closest restaurant got my business and I scarfed down a meal as if I hadn’t seen food in a week; pretty sure I was the unattractive American Pilgrim eating.

It will be an early night in a Donativo bunkbed. “Camino Provides” stories are awesome! (2 already today!)

Buen Camino!


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