Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Big Thank You

Well after a gruelling thirteen hour coach journey followed by a short taxi ride and a slightly more bearable train journey followed by a quick stint on a bus, Jaz and I finally arrived in Sarlat (France). We were greeted … Continue reading

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Day Sixty Five

We get up early again, 6am. The four Brazilian guys that Bruno walked with were here last night, I’ll have to let him know. The young guy at the albergue told me last night that there was a bus at … Continue reading

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Day Sixty Four

My alarm goes off, I wake Jaz who gets down from the top bunk and joins me. We get up and pack before having some breakfast. It’s just gone 7am by the time we leave. There’s a chill in the … Continue reading

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Day Sixty Three

The alarm goes off at 6am, we are up, packed and out by half past. I’m looking forward to walking again but I still worry for Jaz. She takes everything in her stride and after the initial shock of another … Continue reading

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Day Sixty Two

Last night wasn’t a late one in the end, but I didn’t sleep at all… I think a combination of caffeine, nerves, anxiety, street noise and too much food all played a part. Today Jaz arrives and my fellow pilgrims … Continue reading

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Day Sixty One

Bruno, Katja and myself had agreed last night to walk in together at sunrise. My alarm goes off at 5.30am, I’d been sensible and pre packed most of my gear last night. By 5.45am I’m pretty much ready, so is … Continue reading

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Day Sixty One

Bruno, Katja and myself had agreed last night to walk in together at sunrise. My alarm goes off at 5.30am, I’d been sensible and pre packed most of my gear last night. By 5.45am I’m pretty much ready, so is … Continue reading

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