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Todays title is the first line from the Inspirational piece for today, and with very good reason. Today we headed off on the big one...the long walk to O'Cebreiro. 30.1 km but 36.1 km adjusted for climb. When I left this morning I fully believed I would get a taxi for part of the journey, largely due to my left heel being sore. However, these iBoprufen tablets that I bought here in Spain seem to be helping quite a bit, which means that each time I came to a town ...
... I've come to look forward to every morning since starting this pilgrimage four weeks ago. There's something about the early hours that makes everything okay. Anyway, we headed off to Foncebadon 6 kms away, through beautiful landscape reminiscent of the high country in Victoria and New South Wales. The snow capped peaks to our left framed it all beautifully. A strange town basically in ruins except for a few albergues. A quick rest break to air ...
... way through my budget, even if I get to pat random cats and dogs. I suppose it is some sort of consolation (not really, but she'll get upset if I don't say that). Here's me losing a heap of weight, and here's Errin gaining weight. We walk the same distance, right next to each other, on the same paths, except she is devouring her way through Spain. As we walked into Molinaseca, a couple of people we have been hanging around told us that all the hostels and albergues ...
... to return home :( I couldn't imagine the feeling of leaving before reaching Santiago. It would be so depressing. So I again am reminded of how lucky I am to be here and continue to the finish line. We got checked into the albergue; a four person room! So myself, my mom, Sophie and an older German lady shared the room. Nice! No snerking!!!!! The albergue had a kitchen so we decided tonight we shall cook. The easiest and cheapest thing to cook for a lot ...
... about their lives, family, hiking adventures, and other special stories. The way was beautiful and if we hadn't gone the wrong way, we wouldn't have met this terrific couple. We walked into Sarria, a larger town, looking for our hotel, hot, hungry, and tired. Sometimes it's tricky, especially on Sunday when not much is ...