Hello @aliciag56; I am also a Parkinson’s pilgrim, really admire you have already walked Camino. Myself, only once and planing my second since completed the first. What really got me was the exhaustion at the end of the stage. To be true, I didn’t practiced that hard; where I live there are...
Maybe you can find in a sports shop a spray that would re-apply the water proof capabilities of a tent.
You can make these gaiters from an old sweat shirt sleeve. Do the experiment, you (@cascayal) are about to get on raining season and good time for testing.
Hope this helps.
Check the way you enter your phone number. I had that problem, but don’t recall the way I entered; I think the format for US numbers is: 1(xxx)-xxx-xxxx. When I registered I did the trial and error.🤪
Hope it helps.
When you get to Spain, go to a China store, electrodomestic, or a hardware store and ask for “a ladrón”. Literally translated: a thief. 😁🤪. This devise will occupy an electric outlet while giving you additional outlets for you to plug or allow others use the same electrical...
Since you need to charge several items, I know the feeling, maybe this is better you. At least has four ports for device charging. If you are visiting just Spain, use the two prongs adapter, it lock into the charger and don’t have to worry to tape it to the charger as @trecile...
Hope this helps; definition from Wikipedia :
A coffee percolator is a type of pot used for the brewing of coffee by continually cycling the boiling or nearly boiling brew through the grounds using gravity until the required strength is reached.
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That is correct.
For that reason, I say to those trying to learn Spanish or Castellano (as the language is know in must of Latin/Hispanic America), not to worry if the version you are taught is that from the Americas or Spain. You will be understood everywhere. There may be certain words that...
Well, that is really debatable.
When I went to school, I was taught the use of vos and vosotros. It was not used in normal conversations; we had to know it as we had the Spanish literature in our curriculum.
In Central America, there is Nicaragua, in which vos is normally used during...
Well, I’m not coffee addicted but I do understand you.
What I cannot miss is a great, freshly squeezed orange juice after breakfast that includes, of course, “una taza de café con leche”.
So, for all you coffee addicted, I include this image.
Well, in Southeast Florida espresso coffee is very popular and is called: Café Cubano.
It is a type of espresso that has its origins in Cuba. Is is sweetened using the first brew of the espresso machine to create a sweet foam that later is added to the rest of espresso brew. This can be drink...
The recommendations given here by Hike 18T are a must for those diagnosed with Parkinson’s.
I too was diagnosed with the disease back in 2015, walked the last 100 kms of Camino Francés in 2018. The major advice I can give is keep active both physically and mentally; these are your...