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So, I'm finally able to post on here, we'll see if I can actually poat it. My first day I met a nice French Canadian woman who walkes @ about the same pace as me. We walked together most of the first day and most of the second day. She was quiye interesting, she trained kids who were learning to fly gliders. She had broken her back 4 years ago & was proving to herself that she could do it. So far, I've met people from everywhere, from France, ...
... wishing I had brought a boulder, so that the weight in my panniers would be significantly less. We started out from Astorga in overcast skies, wearing jackets for the first time. By the time we hit Rabinal, we were sweating buckets in sunshine. It started to rain on the way up to Cruz de Ferro and we were caught in a deluge and lightning storm as we crested the summit. We ...
... rise of 450 meters. We then had a descent back down to roughly 600 meters where we then began a gradual climb to 705m over the next 14 km. after that we began a very steep climb over the next 8 km until we reached O'Cebreiro at 1,300m. The highest point on the Camino. It was a thoroughly challenging and exhausting walk and although dosed on iBoprufen, the heel was making its dissatisfaction known toward the end. Despite the exhaustion....and I can hardly believe I ...
... beautiful river and over an old bridge; it was stunning. We stopped at a bar for more cold soft drinks, all though I had water, and relaxed in the shade for half an hour. We pulled ourselves together, rallied our will and determination, and set off on the last 7 kms or Ponferrada...it was 5:15pm. The only for it was music! So my earphones went in and U2 went on. We reached Ponferrada at around 6:15pm and Cheryl and I reached our hotel about ...
... Sarria is the starting point for pilgrims who do the last 100ks of the Camino so they can get their completion certificate. So there are more pilgrims here than anywhere else. It means that our hikes until we hit Santiago will be busy with people rushing to get to the next stop. Luckily we have reserved beds for the week so there's no need to start our engines at 5 in the morning. La Pension de Ana is a hell of a lot more than I expected. It's about a ...
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