Walked from Castrojeriz to Itero de la Vega 12.5 km.
Left Castrojeriz at 7:15 am. With protesting feet but I had decided to only walk the 12.5km. And it felt good to have the backpack on. Started out with a steep climb and very steep descend. The views were wonderful and lots of flowers. Walked part way on a roman wall, and the old aquaduct along side the fields. Checked in at auberge and as it happened there was a doctor in the village, imagine, she comes only once a week. for 2 hours. Had her look at my feet and she prescribed stronger anti inflammatory and told me not to walk for 48hours. As the village has no farmacia she drove me to the next town that has one. Along the way we stooped and she showed me some of the interesting places which you miss walking the Camino. The canal with locks which was build by the Romans and the pillar of justice from the 10th century, how amazing. It is now pouring outside and I checked in to the municipal auberge, there are people whom I met on our first day in St. Jean. Karli and Martha will remember the unfriendly french people, well they are still unfriendly. Walked part of the way with an Austrian lady and met people from Vancouver. Today the Camino definitely
Grateful and thankful Pilgrim.