Hotel Diana Palace
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... pondered on it a lot today. It has been suggested to her that the first third of the Camino tests your body, the middle third your head (on account of the repetitive flatness), and the last third your spirit. I think that's a great way of looking at it, and very accurate. I have also been thinking of it in terms of a pregnancy; the first trimester is all about the excitement of change in your life and the initial physical discomforts, the middle trimester is ...
... the way, two Americans hobbling up the street. 3 ould Irish men spoofing about wine in the restaurant. A lone quiet Irish man. A group of Germans and a group of I think Italians. All of the above were hobbling. They must be walking the whole way. Plan for tomorrow is up at 6, breakfast of coffee and toast then off we go. 17.5k of fields before we get to any sort of civilisation. Buen Camino to ...
... opted for the
Donativo Albergue (pay by donation) ... perhaps another guided
moment. The German Hospitalera was warm and firm as you might
imagine a Frau to be. At first we were not sure she would let us
stay because D did not have his Pilgrim's Passport (we think we
either lost it in Pamplona, or accidentally packed it up with the ítems we sent
forward to Santiago). A Pilgrim's Albergue is for the exclusive use
... were 8 rooms but with me as its only resident, and the proprietors off site, I just had to forget about the odd creaking staircase, drink wine, watch tennis and fall asleep. It really turned out great as I had the best sleep for sometime and for all I know, Salvatore, the corridor- creeping, midnight- monk could have stood over me and watched me sleep for an hour and I would have been none the wiser.
Alas the blisters are still giving me grief and each night I have ...
... 4) after 4-5 miles, he stops, removes shoes and socks and allows feet and socks to cool for 10-30 minutes. 5). Also, he usually turns socks inside out before putting them back on... putting wetter side of sock away from feet. 6). By exception, whenever a "hotspot" on any wear area of feet occurs, before a blister is able to develop, he puts either a healing or blister bandage on the area, covered with a stretch, cushioned adhesive tape... providing protection for ...