Yikes. Typing that out makes it seem like a whole lot further.
These last few days have been a fast learning experience for me. Its been great for me to settle down and find a routine. Find out what it's like sourcing food, directions, hotels etc, in a foreign country. All of which I have gotten wrong on many occasion. I got lost every 10 miles in Spain and then went to the wrong port. Once at the right port I got the wrong ferry which added 25 miles of hills which I could have done without. I was turned away from 5 hotels after 200 miles of cycling because they wouldn't let me take my bike into the room. (Im not letting Maid Marian out my site) All these things I need to improve on as they take time away from cycling. The good news is that I managed two days of 200 miles and am still alive. Legs feel good but knees need some TLC. I still don't think I am eating enough, even if there are Tagine stalls every 5 meters.
The roads have been great too. Trucks give a polite hoot when approaching, and two hoots if it's a close one.
All in all a good few days.
Onwards and upwards.