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Today was just perfect, we planned a short day but walking through woodlands in Sunshine, stopping for nourishment, chatting to all nationality of people, our feet just kept on walking. Jimmy is even talking to me, instead of that frog, I have become a dear Friend. Joy in the heart. In a lovely hotel, room overlooking the garden, bed, bath and beer nice, met up with camino friends. Mañana Santiago - cannot believe ...
... breakfast will be the cure. Breakfast in Arzua does not seem to help. It's going to be a long day if I don't get motivated. I decide the best thing possible is a small rest under some shade. I feel better - it's time to go again. The walk is definitely easier now, we are also lucky that there is no huge hill climbs as they would be a huge challenge today. We are approaching that time I dread - finding ...
... Montana earlier and he invited me to dinner with his group. It turned out to be Robert, Allison, McKenna, Kenzie, Chris, and Claire. We had a very nice dinner and then I headed over to the concert square. I met Aldo from Uruguay and he told me that the concert tonight doesn't start until midnight. I hope I can stay up that long since I only slept about 30 minutes this morning! It's supposed to be someone called Loquillo ...
Stopped at bar after about 10-12Km. A much nicer day today with sun out and overcast skies gradually clearing. Mainly country tracks. Very muddy after all the recent rain but still pleasant. Second stop in Melide which is 7Km from Castaneda where staying tonight. Weather still holding up. Met a couple from Melbourne who were on a 100+Km walk from Sarria to Santiago. The tour group was Marley Camino. ...
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The remarkable thing, and I cannot explain it. Is that I have not had one blister, not even a red welt. Each morning I would. Put on my boots, tie them tightly and against advice never take them off until the end of the day's walk even if it was of six or seven hours duration,
Enough of this pedestrian chatter. One of the main reasons why there are so many foot and joint problems is the reality of the pathways that make up the ...