Domaine De Millox
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First Days of the Camino
Day 1 of the walk, finds us starting bright and early (.... oops, I mean dark and early) as you can see from the first picture, of us at the old Roman archway into the village of St Jean Pieds du Port which is considered the start of the Camino Francais.
We have the John Brierley guide book to walking the Camino which undertakes the Camino Francais route in 33 days. Day 1, according to the guide, would be ...
... 8217;t need to stop and fiddle with cards or change. I suppose the downside will be the bill hitting my bank account at the end of December, and not really knowing before then how much it will be. A clever ruse, perhaps, to get more people onto the toll roads.
It was almost dark when we reached Les Acacias, the campsite 6km upstream from Tours. A nice site, what we have seen of it, with big pitches, spotlessly ...
... have only had one negative incident in our whole time here, as some of you might have seen on Facebook we had our bikes stolen in Bordeaux. The first day there we cycled on a dedicated cycleway the 8 kms from our camp into the city and had a lovely day wandering around and we decided to buy a three day tourist pass which turned out to be fantastic, it covered a number of tours, all public transport and entry into a number of museum and monuments.
... On one side of the path was a sheer drop covered in trees, and the cloud cover was getting quite thick. It was difficult to see more than 20 feet in front of us because of the clouds and the wind was blowing quite strong and cold. It was hard going and I began to wonder why 'anyone' would want to climb a mountain for fun. Constantly walking upwards with weather worsening seemed to me like a crazy idea, but then I guess some of you reading this probably think that ...
... the last time trains were cancelled to Stansted was last winter, so yes, they had to be cancelled on the very day we were leaving!! Luckily, trains are back in service by 9.30 just giving us enough time. I quickly get a ticket and a coffee and we jump on a train....just as the doors close.
We arrive at stanstead and fly direct to Biarritz. From Biarritz airport we get a bus to Buyonne. From there we get ...