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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Camino solo 2 years ago and met my fiancé and now we are walking the Camino together. It is a completely different experience going solo vs. with your companion. Then they said that is what marriage is like and all about. I've had many realizations about myself and Alfonso and how we are as a couple. I realize that I am able to make the journey on my own and go through life on my own, but ...
... s wife had passed suddenly about 2 years before, and her husband about 10 months before. Her friend called out of the blue and said he was going, and thought it would be good for her, too. She had never heard of the Camino, and really didn't know him more than a few Facebook interactions after each spouse passed away. He said that miracles happen - she decided to go, too. Along the way, they began to fall in love. At one point, they stopped to take a picture at some old ...
... hill for dinner. Met 2 great couples from US (Seattle and Detroit). First meal where everyone spoke English. I have to admit I miss Jose - my Spanish speaking Portuguese friend. I have a video of his "charade language" (that's the best way to describe it) on my camera. Can't post, but will share when I get home ;)
Start: Ponte de Lima, Portugal
End: rubieras, portugal
No moleskin today and no blisters!!! ...
Great nights sleep, even though in a room with 20 people ;). And I felt better than ever this morning even after such a long and difficult day. No soreness, and NO blisters!!!! What a great decision to stay in this town for the day. Ponte de Lima is beautiful. Rainy/overcast this morning, but it cleared up this afternoon - perfect. This morning the town was busy setting up for Feires Novas (starts Thursday) - an annual party that goes on for 24 hours 3 days straight!? They say ...
The sun finally came out today - with a vengeance, and very little shade on Camino in this stretch. But was bound and determined to make it all the way to Ponte de Lima. Left Tamal at 8am and arrived in Ponte de Lima at 6pm. The rough terrain and need for breaks in the shade sure slowed me down. Fitbit shows over 20 miles traveled today. But I made it!! (Sooo happy to see the 1 km sign!). Oh, and a wonderful Portuguese gentleman who stopped from ...