We slept in late and then decided to tour SJPP but the weather glorious and we asked the local guide if it was tool ate to start for day. “Hmm” he said, it is an easy 8hr walk but the weather is good enough I’d go ahead and start”. So we did.
Seven hours later we arrived and both remarked that this “hardest leg of the Camino” just wasn’t that bad.
The sights were awesome and the pilgrims dinner at the end was superb (pasta with sausage, fresh bread, a whole trout and a yogurt desert and a glass of wine for 9euro each. Very satisfying.
We attended a special pilgrims service and have headed up to our Refugio to bed after a long it satisfying day. Pictures to follow.