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... I've come to look forward to every morning since starting this pilgrimage four weeks ago. There's something about the early hours that makes everything okay. Anyway, we headed off to Foncebadon 6 kms away, through beautiful landscape reminiscent of the high country in Victoria and New South Wales. The snow capped peaks to our left framed it all beautifully. A strange town basically in ruins except for a few albergues. A quick rest break to air ...
... that was warm cold and indifferent. Didn't do anything to warm me up but at least cleaned the day's stink off. Viva España the freezer Total distance walked: 28.95 Astorga to Rabanal del Camino 24/05 Errin: I feel like all we have had these last couple of days is cold and windy weather! It makes it very hard to get up and get moving and even we after stop for a rest break it takes another 10 minutes of moving to get the muscles moving again! It was another day ...
... to return home :( I couldn't imagine the feeling of leaving before reaching Santiago. It would be so depressing. So I again am reminded of how lucky I am to be here and continue to the finish line. We got checked into the albergue; a four person room! So myself, my mom, Sophie and an older German lady shared the room. Nice! No snerking!!!!! The albergue had a kitchen so we decided tonight we shall cook. The easiest and cheapest thing to cook for a lot ...
Had an early start, 6.30am, today to try and get the walking done before it got warm. The only downside to that is no coffee until later. Finaly got the first coffee of the day on the outskirts of Ponferrada, which was followed shortly after with Chuoros and Godivah dipping Chocolate.
Now fully fueled up with enough calories the power a whole platoon we were off and walking, we don't do the running ...
... laughing, because she figured I was texting her back and she knew she would want to ask more questions, and she did not want to type it out. Haha.
Anyway, she said they spent two wonderful days in Sarria. This town is the final formal starting place to meet the requirements for the Compostela certificate. They are now one day's walk out of Sarria and still very much in love with their journey. Although they didn't have much to ...