We left Pedro Arena and headed down the main street. Most businesses don’t open til 10, but there are often one or two cafes that open early for pilgrims to get coffee, pastry & a sandwich for lunch later.
We turned off the main road, crossed a stream & followed a dirt road through farmland.
When we arrived in the small town of Espinal we got beds in the albuergue which had 14 beds. Fortunately we were in beds without a top bunk . Unfortunately the town was without water until evening. By the I was to cold to shower so climbed into my sleeping bag a dirty pilgrim. Most of us are in bed by 9. Around 10:30 a male & female arrived in the dark. However they were up & out by 5:30, way before th rest of us. A less memorable town, with the exception of the kind young bartender who tried unsuccessfully to help me sort out my problematic phone.