Puerta de Sahagun Hotel
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Day 18 stats:
Total so far: 414.4km
Started at 8.30am and arrived about 2pm
I shouldn't have been so ******* the walk yesterday as it was the original Roman road, Via Aquitana, marvellous for the fact that it had to be so built up above the bogland that tonnes of rocks were literally brought in from elsewhere …
Woke up this morning to find that the water at the Albergue had been shut off which meant no taps, no showers but worst of all no flushing toilets, so you can only imagine the smells radiating from the large unisex bathroom. Prior to leaving Jason and I ate our 'deconstructed muesli' which involved pouring muesli on our hands, putting it in our mouth and taking a gulp of milk all because no kitchen facilities were available. Jason's foot was quite sore when he got up so ...
We woke up pretty excited today because it's our second wedding anniversary. Geez, 2 years has absolutely flown, the same can be said for our time on the Camino so far. We knew today would be a mentally tough one with about 17km of barren land to cross before arriving at the first town. Thankfully we were all stocked up on snacks. After enjoying our muesli we left at 7.15am and eventually caught up to Natalie and Howard who had left a few minutes before us. The next ...
After enduring the international quadraphonic snoring competition in the dorm, where H acted as dorm prefect, by extinguishing the lights at 1115, we staggered out into the dark square at 0645. Thankfully our spirits were immediately raised by huevos con bacon in a nearby cafe.
Most of the long morning walk was on the route of the Roman road, Via Aquitana. It was straight, flat and contrasted with the deep ...
... It ended up being more of a parade, followed by the (seemingly) arbitrarily timed release of about 6 bulls, two big and four little. A few people were running from them, but it was not what I was expecting. And by the time we realized it was over and started heading to the arena to watch the acrobatic act, that too was apparently over as the parade was marching back. Five minutes later, the street was as it had been, filled with people and sans bulls. We decided ...