Hotel Diana Palace
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... left. Interestingly, this seemed to correlate to the hot spots on the toes. So, adjusting his walking to less pushing off with the toes, has possibly contributed to no blisters in the toe area, thus far. It remains to be seen if this new walking habit will remain once we get back to "normal" amounts of walking... but it could turn out to be an unexpected benefit of the Camino. Linda has chronic blister formation when she walks. Over the past two years, she has ...
... I realized that tuning was almost identical to the alternate tuning I use on my tenor Uke (which I carry with me). He asked to see it so I pulled out my $80 Chineese Uke and he played some cool stuff on it! (See video). Then Freddy gave us tickets to a nearby bullfight (tickets given to him by the mayor) so we are staying an extra day for that spectacle. See ...
... go. As soon as i get to where i am going i get showered and put ice on my knees followed by a volatern cream. Things seem to be working pretty good and nothing has failed me as yet. Tomorrow i will crack 400 kilometers and i will be just a little more than half way to Santiago. I will still have another 140 or so after that for the trip to finesterre but the milestone to half way will be a big ...
... some smaller birds chasing a larger black bird weaving and ducking through the windy air. It must be such an amazing feeling to fly so free like that. I walked with Bob and Anne again for a little while and discussed all things strategic marketing, strategic planning, corporate planning, community engagement and local government in Ireland and Australia. They're an interesting couple :). Saw a few new faces today; ...
... get some sleep in. The walk today was good even though Errin nearly got blown away by the wind a few times and we made good progress even with several stops. We basically walked a very long flat plateau at about 850m above sea level so you can guess why it was so windy. Lots of wheat around here and the odd poppy field. And although the scenery is pretty much the same the time passes and before you know it you've walked 20 k's. I still love it here and would come ...