Will post properly when wifi and energy levels permit.
First night in “proper” albergue now I have joined the Via de la Plata. Teaming with pilgrims and smelly boots. Lucky to get the last bed – poor George is on the floor!
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I was just looking for a new post from you!!! I can’t even imagine 45 trail KMs. Looking forward to your “proper” albergue report. And as always your food and drink reports too.
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Well done you – you must be mad!!!!!!! I hope you drink well, eat well, sleep well and your feet recover enough for tomorrow. Am loving your photos and determination.
Wow! that is an amazing distance for one day. We are now in calzadilla de los hermanillos
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I remember staying there in the private hostel with the crazy host.
Looks like you could be having a wet one tomorrow Maggie,I live in Alhaurin el Grande,its just started to rain tonight at 10.30,so make sure the wet weather gear is at the ready,I admire yours and George’s courage
Have just read four days in a row Maggie as life got a bit hectic here. Nothing like your days though, I love hearing about your adventures. I hope the smelly boots and noisy neighbours don´t keep you awake tonight, you need a good kip by the sounds of it!!
Gosh Maggie. Awesome! Hope you’re feeling none the worse for wear.
Good Grief, Woman! I hope you slept well despite the probable snoring. Buen Camino!
Hope you are planning on taking a day off now and again Maggie. Eighty five kms. in two days is
very impressive. Looking forward to your next blog. You made the last two days sound like an idyllic “walk in the park” but now we are back to snorers and shared dormitories and smelly boots. Poor George I hope he slept well on the floor. Buen Camino.
I can’t even imagine walking that long. That would have been a 2 day stretch for me. Amazing. Ultreia
Poor you. Hope you had a good sleep!
That’s a Marathon in a day, let alone the cumulative effect. Poor George on the floor after a day like that! Your poor poor feet.