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... sandals as after this village it is ALL bitumen to tonight's digs. This is soo working! Brain **** with good outcome! Yay!
Had what we believe will be our last coffee with Heinrich and Markus in the sun by the fountain in Aldeaneuva. They are plodding 30/40kms a day as Markus has to leave Santiago by May 9. Loved their company.
Yes, the bitumen is still tough and because we left late it got a little warm. While only 20 degrees when ...
Found someone there who speaks English to call the hotel we are going to stay at who was due to pick us up and they said 1/2 hour. In the meantime two of the French turn up and will share (it's free anyway), but it turns out to be over an hour while we kick stones on the edge of the road because the guy got no one for the tour so he kicked everyone out the gate and locked it. Some photographers bird watching got their car locked in. One was the guy who made the call for ...
... for 2000 lifetime floors, but.....we have to climb another 2000 floors before we get acknowledgement again! That's hard work!
We finally wander down stone walled lanes - consider a sun bake - glad we didn't as shortly after farmers were driving the cattle up the paddocks - then a dirt road which leads to the village we will have lunch at. Can see a stunning aqueduct in the distance that's still in place. Awesome! Digs tonight is another 8km down the road and ...
... who was with us the other night and the Dutchman I thought was a French man - oops! They also headed for the closed Albergue and were peeved off and caught a taxi. These two guys are embarrassed about that but they were up for a 45km day! No shame we say. We are all working around the re route and working how to get around a 39km day. Think we have it sussed. Tomorrow most likely 30kms and about the same for the next few. Thems the breaks when you take on the ...
Another lazy start to the day but.......... John decided to investigate a noise in the front wheel and discovered that we had a C.V. joint problem. A trip to Madrid after all, but try to talk to someone first. Meanwhile Marilyn went to the vet, as the dog Tessa had a walking problem and seemed in considerable pain. We tried more calls and internet research and got nowhere so ...