Hotel Diana Palace
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... of foot initial impact or just trying to walk softer and even occasionally walking on toes uphill or downhill. After several days, walking habits began to change and combined with the padding, no further heel bruising has occurred and has actually receded. He also noticed, while paying better attention to his "feet feedback", that with his former long distance running experience, he tended to "push off", even when walking, with his big toes, the right one slightly more so ...
Okay I had a bad day and I get to whine a bit because it's my blog. The day started out great. With our day off yesterday we walked with a new group of people....all wonderful. We've been walking with Derek for about five days. He's from Ireland. So here's a joke: what's better/worse than walking with an Irishman? Walking with two Irishman! Today we met up with Aidan...another Irishman. It was like spending the day at a comedy show! These guys are hilarious. Just toss out a ...
... singing. We followed the voice down the street. Paul peeked in the door and immediately saw the lit-up, excited face of our friend from Ohio, Tim. A nun hurried out to the street to tell us the albergue was full. We told her we had a tent. She hesitated, but showed us the garden area. It was hard dirt and filled with lines if drying clothes. Then she said wait a moment. She came back and offered us two mattresses on the floor. We were so exhausted that offer was ...
... the hotel early and took the afternoon to relax. In the early evening we headed back out to explore town, cafe, dinner (the infamous frozen pizzas that seem to be everywhere), and a quick stop at the grocery for some food as tomorrow we will have a long stretch without towns. No pics today. We walked too fast to even get out the ...
... wont go astray. Further on at Villalcazar de Zirga, we stop for lunch. Today it is just Kym, Bert and I as Tony has painful shins and has been told by a medico here last night, to not walk for the next two days and to ice the shins. You can see he is really upset and disappointed, but hopefully the rest will do what is needed and he will be fine in a couple of days. We reach our destination early in the afternoon, to find Tony here as our Welcoming ...