Hotel Castilla Vieja
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... the Milford Track in NZ. We passed some crops that were actually growing like corn and beetroot. There were paddocks of green with large sprinkler systems on them. The last 5kms were alongside a very large canal that contained huge quantities of water available to be pumped onto the paddocks. On arrival at Fromista we walked over a bridge and underneath it were gates where the ...
... a heel for 10 miles at a pop, it's easy to create a bruise or other pain in the heel area and potentially even a blister. To deal with this, after our first day, when some initial heel pain presented itself, Jim put some padded self-adhesive moleskin on each heel with some additional padded adhesive tape to buffer the heel pounding on subsequent walks. He also began using any heel pain as biofeedback, to adjust walking, such as making less initial heel impact, shifting ...
... when it opens at five, for some food provisions for tomorrow. The rest of the afternoon was spent on blogs, journals and naps. Overall this was a relatively easy day, we feel strong and feet are doing well. We'll get to bed early tonight as we plan an early start tomorrow. The next three days we plan to walk near our limit of 10-12 miles and we want to minimize the impact of the Meseta heat. Walked today: 8.2 mi. Walked 2014: 180.4 mi. Walked total: 227.6 ...
... and decides to aim for Palencia as a stopping point. The roads are less full and so the Raven opens up to cruise at a pretty decent speed. The hotel in Palencia is unpretentiously comfortable with a very scary underground garage. The Raven whimpers a bit as Guy abandons him for the night in the dungeon. A simple supper in a tapas bar and an early night... very early by Spanish ...
... Aquariuses. We still had another 3.5 miles to go, so cervesas had to wait. We were starting to feel the effects of the day on our feet. The church was beautiful with a retablos of St James and an altar that were spectacular. You had to drop a euro in a box for the lights to illuminate the altar. We headed out, slowly, to our final destination, Carrion de Los Condes. Our day ended up being 33.8km/20.28 miles, and we were hurting. However walking past the church ...