Hotel Restaurant de Wolfsberg
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... the world to pursuit happiness, I can never go back to the exact same time . Life goes on where I left my work and friends behind, time passes, people change. Therefore I’m homesick for a something or somewhere that perhaps doesn’t even exist anymore. My physical home is with my lovely parents right now, so it might help if I got my own place again which I can call my own home although I am afraid this is not going to make ...
The third day of the march is called the seven hills walk. I have never actually managed to count the hills, partly because most of them only constitute gentle slopes and partly because there are about 9 gentle slopes and two minor uphills that could realistically be described as hills. It is a problem to know which qualify and which do not.
I made decent progress until about 8 miles, when I stopped for a break. A French marine in a wheelchair raced past me and ...
What a day we had today!
Disembarked from the ferry this morning in Holland and took our coach to the beautiful town of Nijmegen. It is a town that was severely damaged by fighting during World War II; but has been restored. Our stop here was a bit of a walk-about and a stop to get lunch and provisions for the rest of the day.
We left Nijmegen(pronounced Nigh-Megan) and travelled to Groesbeek where our ...
The route out of the city was the same as the day before, which kind of made it harder. New things distract you and make the miles pass quicker. I spent some time speaking to one of the men who was walking the whole thing in clogs. I noticed he had really thick socks on, but still, the lack of cushioning must have been tough.
As ususal, I stuck to my system where ...
I had spent the previous day walking gingerly to avoid putting pressure on my blisters, consequently I'd been lifting my toes up more than normal. The resulting tendonitis in my shins was excruciating. I left the house at 6am laughing because I could hardly walk and I wasn't quite sure how I was going to make it to the starting line, let alone another 40 km round the course. Susanne, who is a nurse in real life, gave me some slow-release volterol, a pain killer and ...