The Byron Hotel, Bayswater, London. My base in London.
Arrive QF1 13/9/18 , shuttle to The Byron, staying till the 15th September. 14th September i am going to walk over to Hyde Park and see the Diana Memorial again.
15-18th September – IOM on EasyJet.
18-20th September – Back at The Byron for two further nights. 19th September over to Decathalon to buy an Osprey backpack.
20th September – Fly to Madrid
20th September – Staying at the Chamartin Hotel.
21st September – Train from Madrid to Burgos
21st September – Staying at the Hotel Norte y Londres, near Burgos Rail station and the mighty Burgos Cathedral
22nd September – I start my 445 kilometres Camino from Burgos to Santiago de Compostella. With a backpack of shorts, black capri leggins, hiking long pants, two shirts, long sleeved merino top, wind proof/water proof jacket. Rain poncho, thongs and/or sandals, two pairs of underwear, two bras, two pairs of toe socks. My medication pack of analgesia, Mg tablets, Frequent flyer vitamin tablets, compeels, vaseline, my BP meds, my perimenopausal meds, small toothpaste, small toothbrush, two large bobby pins, carabinas, small wet ones, ear plugs and eye mask. Quick drying towel, nice scarf for the Churches and Masses, a Buff for my hair, small brush, small combination shampoo/conditioner, a small mirror, multipurpose soap, and small clothes line. Soft sleeping bag. iPhone, charger, powerbank and finally head torch.
And in the middle of this adventure of mine is this new man. How inconvenient. So Alex Jansen a Dutch engineer pops up in my life 2 months ago. He is currently in the middle of the Black Sea doing engineering stuff. But he wants to fit into the above somewhere. Sometime. Somehow. Ah the universe. The cosmos is constantly changing. And we are mere molecules moving around in those gases.