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... really felt pain in the day and struggled at times however we finished together 10.5 hours after the start. Plenty of company along the way and all languages mixed up. We did find there is a comrarderie in jointly experiencing pain and effort. A real sense of accomplishment at completing the first day in reasonsble order.
Went for a 3km walk to the next village this morning, 11th, and enjoyed that.
... walking music playing. It was like my phone knew what I needed and as one inspirational song ended another one began. I didn't have to hit skip once. As I arrived outside Larrasoana I realised I had walked the whole 6 kms and hadn't seen a single other person. I stood on the outskirts looking at the signposts, one pointing into the town and the other pointing in the opposite direction to the next town of Akerreta 1.5 kms away. My music was still playing and ...
... bandana tied to my back pack (embroidered by a fellow club member Shelley, at Birch Acres Dog Training Club and supplied by Anita from Billabone). It says : "Walking for Guidedogs". The red bandana tied to Lynette's bag says : "Joss Guidedog Ambassador". BADTC is one of the big supporters and contributors to our fundraising for guidedogs. Anyone reading this blog is welcome to tell friends of this project. REMEMBER every ten or twenty rand counts. Bank details for ...
... mats from the $2 store and headed for the surf beach. The sign in the hostel recommended tourists to head to the other beach, as the surf beach is dangerous due to strong waves and currents. Again, they don't realise that NZers and Australians are used to this, and the waves were no more than a small day at Tawharanui. We stopped in at the market on the way and grabbed some treats? for lunch. canned tuna and a cucumber, yum! Spent the whole day by the sea, soaking ...
... planning that.
It was pouring and freezing outside by the time we got to the festival which started at midnight. It didn't matter.From the moment it started, we were swept into dances and songs that we had not been expecting. We were all packed together but somehow still dancing like crazy with the rain beating down on us and the wind howling.
It was insane.
But completely worth it.