La Ferme de Flaran Hotel
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... go out in the afternoon for a short walk which ended up lasting 6 hours. (memo to self – when you take a day off, take a day off..) After a few days getting tired of my own cuisine I walked into Torla, which is a lovely ancient little town with bags of character. I treated myself to a steak (must have been something subconscious going on in my head regarding the condition of my feet..) It wasn’t quite up to the standard of the one I had in Portugal though, but it ...
... maybe we can catch up with Todd Carney later this week, etc etc.
Check in with our bike bags was torture, desk to desk, credit cards not accepted, check-in machines failing – it was horrible…
Then we bumped into Graham Gobby and Bazza from the Shire – they were helpful, didn’t panic and provided a calm guidance to our weary team.
We were however foiled again at the ...
... being the one language we can all understand.
My companions and I ate dinner in the refuge, then met the three guys at the Pitchoun café for drinks. The guys were to stay at the Basque man’s home the next night, but the night after that, we planned to meet again in Ostabat. I look forward to seeing them again, as they were all good natured and fun to be around.
Total distance walked today: 20km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
Day 45- As our options for lodgings were limited, we only had two choices for walking today. We could walk 13km or 28km. 13km was not really enough, but we're not sure if I can manage 28km right now. So, we were left with no choice but to walk the 13. However, we found that during the walk today, I was able to maintain a much better speed, which means that I am slowly getting better, and I must be doing something right. There were a lot of hills in the ...
... fact, just after noon. Hagetmau looked very different from the other cities we have been in so far. It was filled with heavily-scented flowers, palm trees, magnolias, and fountains. Really, the whole place smelled like flowers; it was wonderful.
The refuge was a very cheap 5 euros. It had a washer and dryer at our disposal and a clean kitchen. However, the shower was on an 8 second timer. Every 8 seconds, you had to hit a button to keep it going, and each time ...