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... cutting sheets of plywood and man-handling them up 30 feet to Aaron on the roof. It certainly was good for building muscle and trimming off extra weight.
Another help we planned for the first couple of days was to send our backpacks forward with a service provided by local entrepreneurs. This also proved to be a good idea particularly in light of the fierce winds we encountered on day 2 while crossing the Pyrenees, but I am getting ahead ...
... here in December 2012 the reception block has been completely rebuilt, and by, does it look smart. The rest of the site is still as it was, good sized pitches, a good turnover of overnighters, and still the same clean but unisex toilet and shower block. I will never get used to the idea of standing at a urinal while a lady walks past to the shower. This time was even worse as the lady had left her umbrella open, to dry out, ...
Again the gite we finally arrived at today has been really great... It is run by a very fervent bret wearing, basque man and his cross eyed wife... We arrived and were shown to our rooms very clean and suitable I had a quick shower and sleep cause I was truely shattered and so was everyone else...if it wasn't the last day tomorrow I would have to have a day off.. But it is the last day and we walk....we walk into Saint Jean Pied De Port our destination.... 20 ...
... The streets were packed with Peregrinos arriving or departing from all over the world-decked out in traditional khaki walking pants/ hiking boots/ Sunhats and scallop shells flapping from crammed backpacks! Spent the afternoon wandering the streets, soaking up the atmosphere and excitement of our impending walk! Enjoyed a lovely dinner at Le Relais de la Nive a cute restaurant perched over the ...
... involved a short train journey then finally a coach ride at breakneck speed around the dark, steepening and winding road. We reached SJPdP at 10.30 pm. Thank goodness I had pre booked my albergue as there were some who were going from one hostel to another finding them already full. The church bells tolled eleven as I slid into bed.
Bright and early on September 1 my room mate Alice, (a recently qualified obstetrician), and ...