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... wasn't Arzua...still 3 kms to go! And it was up hill! Let's just say that by the time I reached the top of the hill I could barely walk a straight line I was so exhausted...thank goodness for my walking poles! We reached our accommodation, checked in and I promptly fell on the bed! By the time dinner came round I was feeling better and really enjoyed the salad and sea bass. I left Cheryl and Sharon to have dessert and I went back to my room to foot my foot up again. What a relief ...
... a different section of the promenade today. The three cities we have been to so far are all very pedestrian and bike friendly. Cars are definitely not number 1! Many streets are car free except for a couple of hours early in the morning when all deliveries to shops etc must be made. There are many, many pedestrian crossings on ...
... who do all 800 k vs a stamp for those who do 100 k and send their packs ahead everyday :-) a while later, Rick likens it to salvation, it doesn't matter when you jump on, in the end the reward is the same; eternal life. Now that put it in perspective :-) And it was a beautiful day on the way of St James today. Easier day weather covered areas shade easy underfoot. ...
Had a great windN/W f5/7 and made good time no engine. Had the privilege of dolphins everyday at least four times a day. Was non stop to north Spain. All good but the last 60 miles was rough, wet and uncomfortable. But we made it in at 5 am extremely tired and when we'd put the boat to bed we fell into a dead sleep. A hot day and thankful for the ice maker. :) Next stop is Bayonne a lovely spot, 80 miles on round coast, turquoise water and swim time before going onto Canaries, can't ...
... be gotten at any bar, restaurant, or hotel along the Camino but the ones from churches are the nicest. We averaged about 5 stamps a day; by the end it looked like we'd come all the way from France.
The nice weather continued for the next couple of days. Luckily our hardest hike, 25 km (16 miles) was done under the sun. We got ourselves through that one by playing 20 questions and writing our own Camino anthem to the tune of "Thrift Shop" ...