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Renee's knee is swelling and my blisters continue so we checked into a hotel to stay and rest tomorrow. I think I figured out that my blisters are caused by the "Superfeet" inserts I bought at REI. Unfortunately I left the original inserts at home so tomorrow I will try to find a substitute. The hotel actually has ice (hard to find here) so we will do heavy icing tonight on Renees knee. Observations: Siesta is taken ...
... ran into many of our friends from various points in our journey... Many have reported dropping out... Due to sickness and injury. Walking everyday on this terrain is more difficult physically than you can imagine. Many have come to the same conclusion as we have... You have to decide if it is about the walk or about seeing and enjoying Spain. Walking 10-15km is doable... More than that is a strain and leaves no energy to enjoy the towns and the ...
Another early start which is great! Except I now realize I left my deodorant and toothbrush in the midst of packing in the dark. Oh well. It was a beautiful morning with absolutely stunning views of the sunrise and pilgrim monuments everywhere. We actually walked through atapuecrca which is where the earliest human remains were found in Europe. I think I already said that but hey, just clarifying. It was quite a trek entering Burgos as we first had to go through the industrial area ...
... band. We have been wearing our rain gear and long shirts. It is a decent weather for walking. The country side is beautiful as well as the history. The people we meet are kind and gracious. Supper tonight is 3 courses. I have selected the salad, grilled chicken and ice cream. Randy is trying the fish instead of chicken. Not sure about tomorrow's plans. More to ...
... flat countryside with not much to see, at least compared to what we're substituting it with. Some refer to it as the desert, but its not comparable to the deserts we're use to in CA. Not nearly as harsh! When we told Rasmus that we decided to skip the Meseta, he acted surprised and said while laughing that it was his favorite part last year. "It was long and hot and I constantly asked myself why the f$@k am I doing this!!," ...