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... to Tom-Tom the motorway journey might be twice as far but it takes much the same time. Or it would do if we hadn’t had to sit in a jam on the M20 for half an hour. Nevertheless we reached Folkestone in time for a quick visit to the facilities and a takeaway coffee before boarding the Shuttle for a very rough crossing. I don’t whether it is the quality of the track or the car suspension that is deteriorating, ...
... hopped on the tram arriving at our station only to find that the bikes were not there!!
The station master advised us to go back into town to report the theft, so back on the tram to the other side of the city to the “Hotel De Police.” On arrival at the police station we had to take a number from the dispensing machine and wait for our number to come up before we spoke to anyone, fortunately this did not take very long, a number of ...
... packed up and left without sam who insisted on taking a 45 minute shower. we got to san sebastian and found out that not only had I lost my ticket, but there was no seats on the 440 bus and we would need to take the next one at 1220am. We had lunch with bryan and will at a chinese restaurant and then went to the beach. It was a beautiful day and I felt I was still in paradise. We tanned on the beach and me and bryan talked about history and the incas. We walked them to the ...
So the plan is 27km today! Eek.
We have a quick breakfast and chat to a few other pilgrims who are also anxious for the adventure ahead.
By 7.30 we are walking! Excited and nervous we stride up the road following the camino symbol through the town. We see a few people a head and a couple behind. We hit our first hill. Omg! Here we go! It's steep but short ad we are quickly back up to a normal pace. We pass a couple and ...
... we believe she is having the true experience of the Camino in which "the Camino will provide". She walks very slowly, taking in all her surroundings and greeting all who pass her on the trail. Andrea also speaks multiple languages including Hungarian, Spanish, French and English. After dinner, everyone was so tired, we all fell asleep before 9:00 p.m. but agreed we would all get up at 6:00 a.m. and start the walk together in the morning. Pain Recap: What's ...