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... of the sea. I decided to get off (stumble) the treadmill and do my hip flexor exercises instead...the only problem was when I laid on the floor, due to the ship moving so much, I rolled around the front of the ship. I looked like a fish out of water flopping around. I was unable to lay flat without rolling around. This made me feel more sick. In the end I gave up, left Toby at the gym and went back to our room on level 11 in the ...
After a couple of shorter walking days Peter is feeling better. We hiked 14.5 miles today, the weather cleared and I have not had blister problems for 3 whole days! We stopped mid- morning in Melide for fresh orange juice and enjoyed the day with no rain. There were some ups and downs toward the end of the day but mostly it was easy walking between small villages. We got our ...
... most of the guide books have a very bucolic, tranquil, almost idyllic scene of a gently undulating tawny gravel road with a solitary pilgrim meditatively strolling along communing with nature on their cover. Well that's a very small part of the path.
rather than try to describe in detail the variety of paths.surfaces and weather conditions let me share some of,the paths already encountered and you be the judge: here are some photos:
... to me
I think I’ll twitter the Holy See
Thirty one days of walking to meet his dear Clare
With biscuits and water mainly his fare
He stubbornly walked on to complete the Camino
The reward at the end was a glass of good vino
He claims to have slept with many women along the way
I wonder what their version of events would say
It’s a tougher ...
... alone protected the blisters. Band aids were useless and the compit didn't seem to agree with me as I developed more blisters around it. Plus I had Carmel and Robyn's motherly attention and nursing skills at hand (well experienced in blister matters). I also walked in my sandals in the afternoons. This day seemed to go on forever and the stops few and far in between. There were no towns and the houses seem to be desolated, no cafes to be seen. But in true Camino ...