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... station at the top of the climb and we milled about, stuffing calories and fluid and congratulating ourselves that there were no more climbs. At that stage, we didn’t know where Victor was but learned later that Terry and extended his lead. We must have passed Victor without knowing it.
There wasn’t much room at the top of the Col d’Ibardin so the marshals encouraged us to take off fairly quickly and descend to the little French ...
... throughout the walk... Significantly more taxing than anticipated. Our experience today was not unique and is consistent with most of our previous walks on the Camino. We believe that the "descriptions of the Camino" in all the sources we have reviewed and used thus far, are understated with respect to distance walked, difficulty and elevations. Based on my GPS readings of the past two years, the published distances for the Camino are ...
... just assumed she had too much to drink until she started to have that bad reaction. Absolutely terrifying.
Luckily she wasn't alone, so things could have been a lot worse. The entire situation just reminded me the dangers of traveling alone as a female, so my guard shot right back up. The whole thing was upsetting, really, but I decided there was nothing more I could do as I headed back to my friends.
Naturally I was shaken up by the whole ...
... bothered about missing out on seeing a monastery, there's a church or monastary or cathedral in all the big towns along the way. As it turned out, this particular monastary was the only one that my dad had been interested in seeing, he just didn't know it's name whilst we were making the decision to skip it. At this particular monastary they make their own wine and there is a fountain of wine where a pilgrim can take as much to drink as they like. When he realised his mistake ...
... with a hot chocolate or three (PS hot chocolate here is 100 times better than what we get in Oz). We've met quite a few nice people on our pilgrimage and today we met a foursome of younger people from England, Denmark and Canada. They were pretty cool and we had a good chat with them. Buen Camino Total distance walked: 22.76 Km's Day 9: Errin- Today we started out early, leaving the hostel at about 7 am. I was quite happy to leave Los Acros as I feel like our stay there wasn't ...