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We took a slow pace to get to Salceda because apparently there is nothing here. Well wrong. There's a lovely new restaurant. The weather was hot and it seemed like the road got longer as we we looked for our Pousada. Exhausted and sore. Tomorrow is another good walk before Santiago. A large cold beer and a nice hot shower sorted us ...
Portos to Castaneda - 28.3 kms So with a private room and a big walk planned for today, we set the alarm for a 5.50 start. We were out of our room and walking by 6.15am :))))). And a cracking pace was set! We stopped in Palas De Rei for an early breakfast, Clive put his bandage on his leg, I put my knee brace on, and we were off again. There was a slight fog early this morning, but a good wind (behind us most of the way) to clear the air and keep us nice an cool for walking. ...
... attempting to fly... Kate and I danced around to the music and in doing so I realised the folly of my ways...not a good idea to dance with a backpack on one's back... The rain was closing in so we picked up our pace. We walked through Boente deciding not to stop for a stamp and a blessing from the Priest at the church; it comes to the point that removing my backpack is just too much effort. Chris and I walked together for a while diagnosing peoples' gaits and decided ...
... a very pleasant day. I have worked up an appetite so I hope the pilgrim menu tonight is good. The Inspirational piece today was....... "Give me a drink, I am thirsty.." "She drank it slowly. She drank like a deer with the thirst of summer, like a field parched by drought, like a desert wanderer finally at home." Thank you Carole P. Today, this is about soaking up experiences, soaking up the interesting conversations the Camino can provide and allowing those experiences to enrich ...
... for tan lines and legs for bug bites, since some pilgrims may have purchased new shoes. They all look so energetic and fresh. It sounds mean, but we were instantly annoyed with their happiness. Having put in hundreds of kilometers already, we somehow feel superior to these people and that they haven't put in the time, effort, sweat, blood, blisters, tears, feet aches, uncomfortable beds, steep ascents and even worse descents to be real pilgrims. But, people do their ...
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