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... want to test myself to see what I can achieve both physically and mentally on this Camino. Yesterday, I came across a man from Germany with Parkinson's Disease who was an inspiring individual facing adversity head on and winning through. The Camino certainly gives you a sense of perspective about what is important in life and how others deal with life's ...
... the focus off of sore feet, etc. Really enjoyed today and am looking forward to arriving in Burgos tomorrow and then having a day off. It really is the United Nations here. So far we gave met and shared with people from Australia, Italy, Gernany, Holland, Hungary, Japan, USA, Russia, Spain, UK, Ireland, France, Canada, New Zealand, Wales, Switzerland to name some. All getting along and finding a way to ...
... stay here. Only a year old, very modern, very clean.
Went to look around Cathedral after a rest. It is a lovely city. Having an early night as we want to start out early tomorrow because forecast is very hot and we will be on the Meseta which is mostly wide open flat spaces of fields, fields, fields Oh but just for us there is a Meseta Alto, another climb and the descent doesnt sound promising its called the Mule Killer Slope.
... have been right there.. And you were in my thoughts.. The first town we passed was called Tosantos and it was one quiet town ... No one was up to serve us a coffee..so we cruised to the next town and Roberto offered to take us out for a morning coffee.... Nice moment to visit and take off the bag pack.. I don't have any extra but I am thinking of eliminating a few things. Basic is best and all you need. Once we arrived at Villafranca Montes de Oca it was straight up to 3,200 ...
Day 17 Errin: Today we went a little harder and we walked to a little town called Villambistia. It was an easier walk today. A lot of it is on a gravel path and by the end of the day it makes your feet feel as if they have been put through a meat grinder. We passed through some other smaller towns - but definitely the most memorable was Belorado. It had a great hostel there - where we stopped for a coffee and breakfast and the rest of the town ...