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... Madrid, and they were playing each other (kind of like the Chicago baseball's crosstown classic??). It was great to see the passion they all had for their teams. Athletico won ("working man's team" I was told), and there was a big celebration.
Early to bed as early boat launch tomorrow to Padron.
Start: monastery in Armenteira, Spain (9:15am)
End: vilanova de Arousa, Spain (6:30pm)
17.87 (long, hot) miles
... kilometres i had to do to ensure i didn't miss the mass. Divide that my the ks per hour i walk, factor in the sore leg side of things and i would have left out the things like stopping for the great little coffee or the beer i had with the Canadian guys (yes caught up with Bruce and Darlene again!). So i have checked into this place just outside of town. I have got a preventative camelbak full of ice on my leg and i am ready to go tomorrow. Bruce and ...
... peaks on warm summer days.
But as always, its great to be back in Saint Roman de Malegarde, for now, our only home.
Our friend Roger Storer, will be here next week to spend a couple of days and then join us for the last leg of this year's French adventure, a gastronomic trip to Bordeaux and Paris, where we will enjoy an entirely different type of spirit than we did last week. Au revoir notre amis!
... starts to back up and run like crazy past the far fence he has to stop at. Then lo and behold he starts driving down the road! RUN! But......he was empty - phew! Down the road got greeted by a really cute cow sticking her head out the window watching us walk by. Neat!
Love watching the map on the blog get closer to the end of the world. Great to look back and see how far wevw come. What a wonderful experience. Grateful for my life.
... sit with us and we huddle under the patio umbrella as a light rain begins to fall. With the beer glasses empty and the rain no longer falling, we head back towards the albergue for a siesta. We pass our favorite kebab restaurant and the group decides we can take our siesta on a full belly. We eat, we drink and we laugh. Like old times. Once we get back to the albergue, we decide not to take a siesta as Gabe will be leaving in a few short hours. We ...