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... there wasn’t a tree for shade in sight, my foot was throbbing, and I was climbing nearly straight up a rocky cliff. It was really miserable. But, then, I reached the top. All the pain was behind me, and the view was before me. I realized that this was not the worst thing, but the most wonderful thing I had ever done. It didn’t kill me. I was flooded with the feeling of absolute empowerment. Looking down on that valley, I felt as ...
... meal and the room. This was one of the more expensive places we have stayed at, and it was also one of the stingiest. I hope that tomorrow we can find a nice meal. I also hope that my companions continue their friendship, as well as their decision to walk apart. It’s important that they get to each walk in their own way, and that they each get the experience they want and deserve.
Total distance walked today: 27km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
Day 46 –
Today, we could really see the mountains off in the distance, and it really made me realize how close I am to my goal. Unfortunately, the morning walking was difficult. I was in pain for about the first two hours. My foot was very stiff. Once it had finally warmed up, I was able to walk at a more normal pace without pain.
It also didn't help that we missed our turn onto the trail, and we were forced to walk down a very dangerous highway ...
Day 45- As our options for lodgings were limited, we only had two choices for walking today. We could walk 13km or 28km. 13km was not really enough, but we're not sure if I can manage 28km right now. So, we were left with no choice but to walk the 13. However, we found that during the walk today, I was able to maintain a much better speed, which means that I am slowly getting better, and I must be doing something right. There were a lot of hills in the ...
... toilet is in other building and I'm on the top bunk What's for dinner? Just be thankful for what you may receive Teachers, think really ordinary school camp accommodation - and I'm talking about the kid's accommodation not the teachers. Actually sometimes we all sit around talking about the toenails we've lost, the blisters we've got, the aches and pains, the joy of wearing the same clothes for days on end, the mountains we climb and descend, sleeping with ...