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I am escorting the Roll of Honour (Afghanistan) on Camino France on 20 May from SJPDP
The Roll of Honour details the 41 young Australians who died on Active Service in Afghanistan. In the centenary of the ANZAC’s, the Roll of Honour will be escorted to 41 prominent places and events around the World, laying 41 Poppies at each location.
I would like to apologise for my behaviour on the forum of which I was correctly punished, I was escorting the Roll of honour Afghanistan and got into deep trouble with a herniated disc that was repaired 8 weeks before the Camino start on 20 May and damaged again outside of Burgos with the result of having to limp the rest of the way to Santiago. stopping was not an option because I was honouring the 41 Young soldiers that died on active service for Australia but unfortunately the powerful drugs that I had to take to complete Camino France affected my psychological well being and I became erratic and quite rude on the forum. I have just now return from Hospital where they have repaired my L4 L5 disc and leaking spinal fluid plus my broken toe I also had. I am genuinely remorseful for my comments and would also like to thank my Camino Family along the way that helped me through this traumatic experience and helped me lay the 41 poppies on the shores of Finisterre. I hope my apology is accepted and that I can contribute from my experience gained on my walk Buen Camino or as my groups catchcry was No Vino No Camino