Today’s walk brought us to Gernika, the village bombed by German and Italian warplanes during the Spanish Civil War. We crossed through Bolibar, the ancestral home of Simon Bolivar where we visited a museum commemorating the city’s history and its famous son.
We hiked a solid 16 miles of good trail through hilly farming countryside. Rain did not threaten and the sun began shining here and there. My feet and legs were sore but otherwise felt good. I will keep this post short and leave you with a few pictures.
3 thoughts on “Day 5.”
So fun to see you both experiencing the Camino together plus a Simon Bolivar reference. On On!
So nice to read your posts, Jaime. Buen Camino, peregrino!