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Stages and photos Almería to Merida in 18 days

2020 Camino Guides

BeatriceKarjalainen

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Finished: See post signature.
Upcoming: Nothing planned
Today I finalised my editing of camera photos and adding all mobile photos to an album. I also wrote down my stages in the albums so I can post them here as well. My stages are albergue to albergue and can include a detour, a visit to one or several bars/restaurants etc. on the way. The time is the same, it includes stops.

Camino Mozárabe from Almería
Day 1, Almería to Santa Cruz de Marchena 38.55 km 9 h 36 min
Day 2, Santa Cruz de Marchena to Abla 34.62 km, 8 h 50 min
Day 3, Abla to Alquife, 40.80 km, 9 h 24 min
Day 4, Alquife - Graena y Cortes, 38.5 km, 9 h 23 min (to pilgrims office in Graena not albergue as it was in the next village and I got a car ride there, couldn't get him to give me the address for walking to Espacio Zen)
Day 5, Cortes to Quéntar, 40.7 km, 9 h 23 min
Day 6, Quentar to Pinos Puente, 41.94 km, 11 h 51 min (several hours in Granada)
Day 7, Pinos Puente to Alcála La Real, 39.41 km, 10 h 50 min (long stop in Moclín)
Day 8, Alcála La Real to Alcaudete, 23.00 km, 5 h 6 min
Day 9, Alcaduete to Baena, 28.64 km, 6 h 58 min (long stop in Baena before going to the albergue as I thought of going further)
Day 10, Baena to Santa Cruz, 44.00 km, 9 h 1 min
Day 11, Santa Cruz to Córdoba, 26.48 km, 5 h 16 min
Day 12, Córdoba to Villaharta, 38.67 km, 8 h 14 min
Day 13, Villaharta to Alcaracejos, 36.00 km, 7 h 22 min
Day 14, Alcaracejos to Hinojosa de Duque, 22.06 km, 4 h 15 min
Day 15, Hinojosa de Duque to Monterrubio de la Serena, 35.01 km, 6 h 38 min
Day 16, Monterrubio de la Serena to Magacela, 53.41 km, 10 h 57 min (12 km extra as albergue was closed where I had planned to stay)
Day 17, Magacela to Medellín, 27.59 km, 5 h 57 min
Day 18, Medellín to Mérida, 44.26 km 9 h 28 min

Then I continued in VdlP and Sanabrés for 22 days out to Fisterra.
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Camino(s) past & future
(2009): Camino Frances
(2011): Sevilla-Salamanca, VdlP
(2012): Salamanca-SdC, VdlP
(2014): SJpdP-Astorga
(2015): Astorga-SdC
(2016) May Pamplona-Moratinos; Sept.:Burgos-SdC
(2016): August/Sept: Camino San Olav (Burgos-Covarubbias), Burgos-Sarria
(2017): May: Portuguese; Sept: Pamplona-SdC
A nice Camino. Peaceful.
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF 2013- 2015-2017
CP 2019
Today I finalised my editing of camera photos and adding all mobile photos to an album. I also wrote down my stages in the albums so I can post them here as well. My stages are albergue to albergue and can include a detour, a visit to one or several bars/restaurants etc. on the way. The time is the same, it includes stops.

Camino Mozárabe from Almería
Day 1, Almería to Santa Cruz de Marchena 38.55 km 9 h 36 min
Day 2, Santa Cruz de Marchena to Abla 34.62 km, 8 h 50 min
Day 3, Abla to Alquife, 40.80 km, 9 h 24 min
Day 4, Alquife - Graena y Cortes, 38.5 km, 9 h 23 min (to pilgrims office in Graena not albergue as it was in the next village and I got a car ride there, couldn't get him to give me the address for walking to Espacio Zen)
Day 5, Cortes to Quéntar, 40.7 km, 9 h 23 min
Day 6, Quentar to Pinos Puente, 41.94 km, 11 h 51 min (several hours in Granada)
Day 7, Pinos Puente to Alcála La Real, 39.41 km, 10 h 50 min (long stop in Moclín)
Day 8, Alcála La Real to Alcaudete, 23.00 km, 5 h 6 min
Day 9, Alcaduete to Baena, 28.64 km, 6 h 58 min (long stop in Baena before going to the albergue as I thought of going further)
Day 10, Baena to Santa Cruz, 44.00 km, 9 h 1 min
Day 11, Santa Cruz to Córdoba, 26.48 km, 5 h 16 min
Day 12, Córdoba to Villaharta, 38.67 km, 8 h 14 min
Day 13, Villaharta to Alcaracejos, 36.00 km, 7 h 22 min
Day 14, Alcaracejos to Hinojosa de Duque, 22.06 km, 4 h 15 min
Day 15, Hinojosa de Duque to Monterrubio de la Serena, 35.01 km, 6 h 38 min
Day 16, Monterrubio de la Serena to Magacela, 53.41 km, 10 h 57 min (12 km extra as albergue was closed where I had planned to stay)
Day 17, Magacela to Medellín, 27.59 km, 5 h 57 min
Day 18, Medellín to Mérida, 44.26 km 9 h 28 min

Then I continued in VdlP and Sanabrés for 22 days out to Fisterra.
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BeatriceKarjalainen

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Finished: See post signature.
Upcoming: Nothing planned
You posted an empty comment so if you had a question or something you can edit you comment.
 

Bad Pilgrim

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Camino(s) past & future
Far too many...
Long stages! You must have reached Mérida twice as fast as I did. But did you finish your blog?? Den tar slut efter den trettonde etappen (?)

/BP
 

BeatriceKarjalainen

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Finished: See post signature.
Upcoming: Nothing planned
Long stages! You must have reached Mérida twice as fast as I did. But did you finish your blog?? Den tar slut efter den trettonde etappen (?)

/BP
I'm still writing some posts got stuck in the app on the phone. Will spend some time tomorrow with copy and paste so I can post them. THen I have a lot of notes that will be diary blog as well.
 

Bad Pilgrim

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Far too many...
I haven't finished my own report on the Mozárabe either - hopefully next week! :OD

/BP
 

BeatriceKarjalainen

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Finished: See post signature.
Upcoming: Nothing planned
I haven't finished my own report on the Mozárabe either - hopefully next week! :OD

/BP
Now day 14 is uploaded to the blog but no link in the albums yet. Day 15 tomorrow I hope. It takes some time to write even with a lot of notes. Good luck with your writing.
 

steve cole

Member
Camino(s) past & future
Starting the french way today
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Today I finalised my editing of camera photos and adding all mobile photos to an album. I also wrote down my stages in the albums so I can post them here as well. My stages are albergue to albergue and can include a detour, a visit to one or several bars/restaurants etc. on the way. The time is the same, it includes stops.

Camino Mozárabe from Almería
Day 1, Almería to Santa Cruz de Marchena 38.55 km 9 h 36 min
Day 2, Santa Cruz de Marchena to Abla 34.62 km, 8 h 50 min
Day 3, Abla to Alquife, 40.80 km, 9 h 24 min
Day 4, Alquife - Graena y Cortes, 38.5 km, 9 h 23 min (to pilgrims office in Graena not albergue as it was in the next village and I got a car ride there, couldn't get him to give me the address for walking to Espacio Zen)
Day 5, Cortes to Quéntar, 40.7 km, 9 h 23 min
Day 6, Quentar to Pinos Puente, 41.94 km, 11 h 51 min (several hours in Granada)
Day 7, Pinos Puente to Alcála La Real, 39.41 km, 10 h 50 min (long stop in Moclín)
Day 8, Alcála La Real to Alcaudete, 23.00 km, 5 h 6 min
Day 9, Alcaduete to Baena, 28.64 km, 6 h 58 min (long stop in Baena before going to the albergue as I thought of going further)
Day 10, Baena to Santa Cruz, 44.00 km, 9 h 1 min
Day 11, Santa Cruz to Córdoba, 26.48 km, 5 h 16 min
Day 12, Córdoba to Villaharta, 38.67 km, 8 h 14 min
Day 13, Villaharta to Alcaracejos, 36.00 km, 7 h 22 min
Day 14, Alcaracejos to Hinojosa de Duque, 22.06 km, 4 h 15 min
Day 15, Hinojosa de Duque to Monterrubio de la Serena, 35.01 km, 6 h 38 min
Day 16, Monterrubio de la Serena to Magacela, 53.41 km, 10 h 57 min (12 km extra as albergue was closed where I had planned to stay)
Day 17, Magacela to Medellín, 27.59 km, 5 h 57 min
Day 18, Medellín to Mérida, 44.26 km 9 h 28 min

Then I continued in VdlP and Sanabrés for 22 days out to Fisterra.
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We met on VDP last year on the Queen Stage , the day of the Arch , you sort of inspired me to do Mozarabe. You were the person who walked past me on the entire VDP! I start Mozarabe on Feb 13th , you do about 10km more each day than me, I hoping to get to Merida in 21 days max , you did it in 18. I am lazy and like to chill in afternoons. Mind you if it's cold I will walk longer days!!

Cheers

Steve
 
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