Martin on Cnicht

Martin on Cnicht

Thursday, 30 July 2015

Finished

 
Time for interim celebrations before I try to find somewhere out of the gale to camp.

Humphrey was right about this place. (Bar-restaurant at Cap de Creus.) I've just ordered a €25 fish. It looks great, I should have taken a picture but they've whipped it off to the oven.

Today - Day 46

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10 comments:

afootinthehills said...

Congratulations and very well done Martin. I can now put the guide book away!

Phreerunner said...

I hope you found it worthwhile and you get it out again sometime, and I hope that you and Lynne will be able to get to my GR11 party in due course.

Thanks for your comments over the past few weeks, they've been much appreciated.

Louise said...

Well done Martin! Thoroughly enjoyed following your adventures, it was quite some journey. Time for home and some R&R!

wuxing said...

Martin - congratulations and well done! This seems to have been a particlularly arduous challenge, but I'm sure it was worth it. Hope you have time for some R&R now.

Nick

PS - Looking forward to the next adventure...

Anonymous said...

Hi Martin, congratulations on completing your epic journey. Pam from SWOG

Sir Hugh said...

Felicidades !

I'm not looking forward to my breakfasts so much now,

Nallo Lady said...

Just returned from our last Deepest Cheshire walk to find a message from your mother on the answer phone, She wanted me to tell you how much she has enjoyed reading about your adventures and wishes you a good journey home. You'll soon learn about the problems associated with crossing the Channel at the moment...
I hope you are also enjoying the beautiful moon that has risen during this evening and very many congratulations from me too. Happy anniversary - as you recalled this morning, it is 20 years today since we met over the luggage carousel at Toulouse Airport! The rest, they say, is history...
Very much looking forward to your return. S x

Humphrey Weightman said...

The Boy Done Good!! A Mighty Feat - (and Mighty Feet too!!)

Alan Sloman said...

Late to the party,
Again...

Jolly well done, Sir.
A massive walk, a massive effort, and massively enjoyed from the comfort of my settee.
Enjoy the fish and have a good trip back, Martin.#
:-)

Phreerunner said...

Thanks Alan - better late than never, and surely you have better things to do than keep your eyes constantly glued to such pages as these ...

Thanks also to all the other commenters, you have brightened my day's.