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The 2 Geordies

Discussion in 'Live from the Camino' started by "The 2 Geordie's", May 21, 2016.

  1. "The 2 Geordie's"

    "The 2 Geordie's" Active Member

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    left BERCIANOS DEL REAL CAMINO heading toMANSILLA DE LAS MULAS approx 28kms
    PLEASE NOTE
    The Spanish tape measure is like the headlines on a uk news paper
    (You don't know what to believe)
    The church of El Salvador provided breakfast included in your 5 euros
    No cups for coffee or tea everything out of bowls
    The walk follows the road for miles went on forever(even the sky larks felt sorry for us)
    When you reach RELIEGOS there is a shop on your left hand side
    The young lass behind the counter makes up your sarnies (4 nowt)
    2 massive ham and tomato sarnies made from fresh bread 2bottles of chilled water a can of
    Coke 5 euros (hey ha way is that areet or what)
    This section stock up on water b4 you start
    We went through 2 litres
    The huge wave of panic for accommodation is created by the fear factor by the pilgrims
     
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    I spoke to a fellow George in Religios nice guy
     
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    Sharonn African pilgrim

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    This brings back good memories of July 2015...... There is a great museum in Mansilla de las Mulas that is really worth a visit. Its a short walk away from the village centre.
     
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    Sharonn African pilgrim

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    This brings back good memories! There is an excellent museum in Mansilla de las Mulas. Its really worth a visit.
     
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