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... the way. Having said that there was one couple we connected with and spent quite a bit of time with over the next six weeks of the journey, Carrie and Gordon. We will speak of them in a later blog.
Day 2 we completed the walk over the Pyrenees to Roncevalles in Spain which is quite a large aubergue(180 beds) that has been around for centuries. It was a very wealthy monastery that has served the pilgrim population as its primary mission. The ...
... hostel we were in. It was clean and everyone was so helpful. They understood that we had just completed one of the toughest stages of the challenge. The moment you arrive you just have the BIGGEST sense of achievement. I can't even express how proud I am of Elvis and I. Physically, this has was one of the biggest challenges we have overcome. In the end, each steep incline was worth it. Total distance walked: 22.46 Km's Day 2 - Today we woke up to the sound of ...
... walking poles I could barely manage a hobble. Then the other pilgrims began to pass us. Even older pilgrims, including an elderly Spanish lady with packs front and back were pulling ahead of us! We trained for months to make sure this wouldn't happen!!! The low point came in a small grocery store where I tried to communicate with the Spanish speaking cashier. Despite my best efforts and supposed mastery of 800 Spanish words all I got ...
... menus so we chose 2 of the 3 so we could share between couples. The sommelier then came over to assist us in our drinks choices (I understood "toasty" and "minerals", luckily Matt and Ly have much more of a clue) and we were ready to start. You know you're going to have an amazing meal when the appetiser comes with edible sand. It was set on a long thin tray with what looked like a leaf, rock, sea sponge and coral. But it was all edible. Of course. And all delicious. I think ...
... pintxos. (Basque tapas). Everything about this place was awesome. Absolutely loved it.
Alrighty, so it began with a long ass expedition from Bath to Stansted airport. Having to be out there so early i decided just to stay awake and make my way out there on the first train, possibly a mistake but it worked out in the end. I managed to have a "casual" drink with one of my fellow Woody's crew members in London town, when i say ...