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      leichecerca reacted to TashH's post in the thread Tattoo with Like Like.
      My family are much the same but honestly, who cares! One little yellow arrow is hardly offensive. I warned my husband I was getting one before I came home and he was not happy, but I’m a 50+ woman who’s quite capable of making my own choices and...
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      leichecerca replied to the thread Tattoo.
      Do it for you! I’ve had friends flip out over my tattoos, but it’s their problem, not mine. I love my pretty, artistic tattoos, and they have deep, sacramental meaning to me. Zero regrets. I can understand why some people are turned off by more...
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      leichecerca replied to the thread Tattoo.
      Highly recommend the studio called “Dr Mortiis” Rua de San Pedro 96. I got a custom tattoo - the artist created it from a pic I had on my phone. Got this tattoo in 2017 and it is still pretty sharp and crisp. Blurring is normal as tattoos age...
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      As a self-professed "solo newbie", referring to the magical Meseta as a "slog", it means you heard that from someone else. On my first Camino, I ran into several people who planned to skip it because they HEARD it was boring. Likely from others...
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      I found part of the satisfaction of walking the CF is walking the whole way. I met a wonderful Canadian couple who offered for me to share a taxi as it was pouring rain. I declined as i walk the whole way.
    • leichecerca
      If infrastructure and flexibility are important to you, the CF is your route. There is no other Camino that matches the CF for those requirements. Not sure why you referred to the Meseta as a slog. It is less hilly and everything will be in...
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      Oh, no! Why do you want to skip the meseta??!! I found the meseta to be one of my favorite parts of the CF. It is relatively flat and you can see your objective. The sky is especially big there and, for me, I had a special sense of peace and...
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      Good choice to walk the Meseta. Perfect place for your "walking meditation". I used your same reasoning to start in R'valles about this time last year. Taking a couple of clear days to walk the Napoleon route could be a rewarding challenge, but...
    • leichecerca
      Listen to TincaTinker’s advice I rarely tell people what they should do but in your case I guess I am haha. You want a slow meditative Camino, correct? Well start now and stop thinking and get ready to walk. All you have on ye Camino is the step...
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      In that case, walking the meseta would be a good choice, in my opinion. Wide open landscape, endless sky, easy walking. Maybe not that much to see in terms of "sightseeing" and no spectacular mountains. But in spring it is very green and...
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