Well buena, trust these will be your final shoes. Remember “It’s safer to try your shoes and break in them before you go than letting your shoes break you in the camino”. I tested also two sets and settled on Ecco Perceptor GTX hi boots. Have walked 275 kms with them and are quite comfortable.did 4 miles today no problems. maybe the.... 7th pair (?) of shoes did the trick?!
LaurenE said:Oh my.
I wish I knew how to find the time/energy to physically train more, but, alas I am a full time student with and almost full-time job right up until 6 days before I leave! So time to just walk is pretty non-existant for me. At least I know I have good shoes! I figure I will just do it and I will be OK. I am a bit nervous about walking from St Jean with little training and jet lag though!
Now I am worried. I thought one couldn't book and havn't. I have no itinery or time schedule. Just leaving Somport on 25th and walking as far as I can. Are my plans too loose? And I don't think I can carry a foam mat or thermorest. I've already got too heavy a pack and am trying to cut back. How?
Buen camino to everyone,
...freaking out...things I don't have...dogs...what to do when I land...unknowns...fear of doing this alone...stuff...am not alone in this...need to be...have faith I'll be fine once there..."the crazies".
I plan to take plenty of water!
: great for me, 2. You'll get used to them, after a while they'll stop "popping out of (ur) ears!"1. ...ear plugs...foam ones
Ditto to bottled water advise.2. Water from the fountains, is it okay to drink? I've been told to drink only bottled water.
Wings u got already, peregrina :!:3. First day up Pyrenees, should I take Red Bull to give me wings!!!