After last nights phone calls we did some more maths and revised our daily distance up from 15km a day to 18km a day, giving ourselves a day off to charge our electronics at some point.
Dry and warm, our spirits were a little lifted, so we forgot about our worries made our way to garages for water refills. We walked past three, without any one of them boasting a shop or clean water, but the third one was by a hotel which did sell bottled water. It’s kind of against what borderwalk is all about, but we had no choice, so bought a supply and continued on.
Along the road we saw snakes sunbathing, and a very strange, alien like, butch preying mantis.
We stopped in a picnic area where the wind caused a hailstorm of acorns, and also walked past a clearing in the woods with two helipads randomly tarmacked into it.
As we ate that evening in camp we noticed we were going through our food a little quickly, with 80km to go until the next sign of civilisation.