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- 29km today - 43,000 steps (rough estimate) The alarm goes off, I turn over; we have a whole day to start walking. My bed in our 200 year old farmhouse is comfy and large and I want to savior it for as long as I can, who knows where I will sleep tomorrow night!! I drag myself into the shower - it helps to warm the muscles in preparation of the long day ahead, it ...
... driver, Rubio, was great and drove up to this house which was within inches of the road. He opened the door and we immediately saw three beds in one room. A queen bed was upstairs with a second bath. Wow, another little miracle. The cyclists took the downstairs and gave us the "master suite." (I won't complain that the shower didn't drain and the toilet didn't flush.) Ready for bed after a 30k/18mi day. We heard rain most of the ...
... she, in quite a bit of disdain, put the pack on to keep walking. It turns out she hated chickens and was staying here under no circumstances. So the once unavailable room became available, i have the room to myself. The Russian guy took the booking from the French girls at the next joint and everything was sweet! Yet again poultry has had an influence on my camino. Really, after all of my bagging and torment about the dirty bird species it is one of the contributing factors ...
... first town seven miles in). Realizing my mistake, I turned around, found the trail and headed up. This was a great walk and I saw only 5 other people! It wasn't very well marked but I made my way without error thanks to a loud whistle and holler from a local as I started to make a wrong turn. The walk was not nearly as beautiful as Cruz de Ferro since it was "marred " with electrical ...
Day 37 - Alto Do Poio to Samos Errin: So, when it comes to staying in hostels you take the good with the bad. All in all, we have had WAY more good than bad. That is until last night. I spent most of the night listening to a father take his son into the bathroom so he could vomit. This went on until just after 12, at which time I fell asleep. At 12:45 I was awoken again by the sound of someone yelling "WHAT THE ****!!??" A number of people jumped out of bed ...