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Does anyone have the elephant sello as same as one on the picture?
If so, where did you get it?
I tried to figure out location of the place for that sello but it's hard to read the hand writting.
It looks like the place is somewhere between Molinaseca and O'cebreiro, though.
wow... some firery conversations. :eek: *intimidated*
I expected to see a couple of threads with short answer either yes or no
since I thought not many pilgrims are into Pokemon Go game.
Of course there should be Pokemons and Pokemon stops in Spain.
They probaby are everywhere in big cities...
It feels quite wonderful to hear all those kind words about how brave I've been.(It really does! ;))
Almost everyone on Camino walks with pain on their feet, ankles, knees or joints whether for a short period of time or all the way to Santiago.
Each one has their own solution for their problem...
Mine was Teva Terra Fi Lite.
Teva Terra Fi 4 looks much sturdier.
I would hike in sandals if it's Griffith Park in Los Angeles or somewhere like that.
But on Camino, there are so many stones on the road.
(When the John Brierley guide book says "stiff downhill', that does not really mean...
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I came back home from Camino on Nov. 2nd.
It took me 33 days to get to Santiago.
As some of you probably know already, blisters have been delaying my journey since day 1.
I had to stop at every 40 or 50 mins to dry up...