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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... day which made us pick our pace in order to get into town quicker, Jason's Achilles on the other hand had a different idea. After a few minutes of striding out, Jason's Achilles gave him a bit of niggle which was our first warning to slow down, which we did. Up in arriving in town at about 3pm, we found Natalie and Howard sitting in the square deciding where to stay for the night. We all decided to stay at an Albergue run by the nuns as we were told ...
... out in pain. The physical pain becomes a distraction along the walk. It is difficult to focus on any other subject in conversation or to be still in thoughts when pain is present and competing for primary attention. I can. I can carry a pack. I don't have a physical disability or specialized equipment that would be dangerously heavy. I need. I have used almost everything that I am carrying--from the sound of it, I will have my inaugural wearing of my rain ...
... her somewhere to seek help (the owners have returned to Barcelona). Another Italian gentleman here has also arranged a taxi for tomorrow. His blisters are quite spectacular, too (in the worst possible way).
Now I am going to attach some photos and then will have to decide if it is cava (champagne) time. Another village reached is another cause for celebration! Plus I want to make the most of this gorgeous accommodation. ...
... eating and drinking all night together. We cooked a meal together - spicy rice, couscous, tomato/cucumber salad. Well, I didn't do much. But I ate it. It was great to have such a strong community of people who I legitimately enjoy the company of. All during this time Marcus was silently observing from somewhat of a distance. I think he was assessing the group before deciding if he would be himself around them. By the end of the night it was clear he had given ...
... second brief storm after we went to bed. This morning, we walked in the cool cleansed morning air under nonthreatening grey clouds. The dirt path was wet from the rain and added a special softness to the surface that made it feel like we were bouncing down the trail. It didn't feel dusty or dirty. The rain brought out lots of snails that seemed to not be traveling in the same direction we were but rather across the trail. Their spiral shells ...