Day 23: Boadilla del Camino to Villarmentero de Campos. We followed the canal into Frómista, where we found the 11th century Romanesque Iglesia de San Martín. Its exterior has 300 corbels each carved with a different human, animal or mystical motif. Sadly it was closed. Frómista was an important pilgrimage stop for pilgrims heading east to the Holy Land, as opposed to Santiago. After Frómista, the path flattened out and hugged the road; this was where the heat kicked in. I made a brief stop at the Ermita de San Miguel, and then continued on into Póblacion de Campos. After that it was a 5.4km slog through a boring, hot, featureless landscape to Revenga de Campos.
My last night in Tokyo 😌. So many reasons why I keep coming back to this country. But these are my favorites:
>because we can eat well for cheap
>because they gave the world sushi >because the city has a sweet tooth (crepes, snow cones, pastries)
>because their train stations are also food havens
>because of Don Quijote and 100 yen shops 😊
>because they have 24 hour shopping
>because they give out free tissues 😂
>because they have the best toilet
>because their vending machines are life savers
>because they have the best public transport
>because it is super organized.
>because it is an inspirational to the world
>and because you can be whoever you want to be.
Until then, Kampai!🇯🇵🇯🇵🇯🇵
visit Mostar for a day in our Best of Croatia Multisport 🌲🇧🇦 take a walk through Old Bridge (Stari Most) built during Ottoman Empire and try čevapi (chevaps) in the heart of Mostar; Čaršija, it’s a must 😊 #Mostar