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The 2 Geordies

Discussion in 'Live from the Camino' started by "The 2 Geordie's", May 13, 2016.

  1. "The 2 Geordie's"

    "The 2 Geordie's" Active Member

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    Stayed at Recedilla del Camino on the 12th may at place called Refuge min San Lazard
    Which is run by the church
    We had our main meal in the tiny courtyard behind the bedrooms where everybody shared their food
    4 tables were joined together to form one massive table
    2 German
    1 Italy
    2 France
    2 Denmark
    2 Geordies
    We all shared our aches and pains and everybody misses there loved ones
    As I watched everybody you can sense we are now forming a bond that will last forever
    We walked from Redecilla del Camino to San Juan de Ortega which is 35kms
    1st 23kms OK the last 12kms lots of sneaky hills
    When we arrived no rooms anywhere in albugue (68 beds) or private hotel
    We had to catch taxi to near by accommodation
    There were dozens of pilgrims in the same boat
    The municipal albergue was so full there we charging 7euros to sleep on the floor with no mattress
    We are both shattered and booked in at some place for 36 euros a night
     
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    Hope you get a good night's sleep and wake tomorrow with renewed vigour. Sounds like s deep experience so far.
    Ultreya! X
     
  3. BryanandJoan

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    Oh dear, we hope your ok? You two are going like an express train you must be very fit. Thanks for all your posts it's very reassuring for us and lots of good tips along the way.

    Buen Camino
     
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