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... 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 ...
... for the small things. Large fields of poppies are a delight, as is a welcomed breeze in the afternoon heat. Of course, when all you see is wheat for an hour in every direction, it can be a little numbing, this usually does not last too long. Mentally, between the lack of towns and landscape, it has become more challenging, however it has allowed for some much needed physical healing. Since Burgos we have also met a lot of new people which is great. Being that ...
... limited because of my inability to speak a word of their language.
Treacle continued to give me cause for concern, I was pleased that she had been free from diarrhoea for two days and she even rolled onto her back to have her tummy rubbed, which is something that she virtually never does, but it was then that I found a lump the size of a walnut by one of her nipples. Immediate fear was breast cancer but then I noticed a tiny tick right in the middle of the ...
... of us who started after breakfast at 7:00. Beyond Fromísta quadruple way markers indicated farming roads and offered reassurance that we were still traveling the correct route. Until, that was, we encountered an option and chose to follow the official pilgrim route, which we always do. However, the further we walked along the supposedly primary "shaded, tree-lined river path" the fewer markers we saw. ...
... I apologise for the feet shots but I did warn you that you have to take this warts and all. I did manage to find a nice bar last night with an outdoor setting and with the sun on the back of my neck it certainly helped in taking my mind of my feet for a while.
When hobbling back from the bar with beer in hand a guy waved me over to join them. Andy from Birmingham, and now retired to Southern Spain asked me about my feet. I had met ...