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Too hot for vikings

#1
Well, in Norway, september usually is not more than 10 degrees. The 40 degrees on the Meseta struck me like lightning ! :shock:
After four days in the purgatory, I desided to take the bus to Sahagun, skipping two days of walking. And pray for a miracle in the form of a cool breeze......................

To all fellow pilgrims in the heat (except the ones who thrive in the heat) - take care, drink a lot, wear a hat, and stop in the rare shade 8)

Liv :)
 
#4
LOL Liv

I'm in Logroño today and since SJPdP have met quite a few Danes who have all suffered terribly from the heat.

But in fairness, I live in Rome which is quite a hot and humid city and was still unprepared for this hot weather in September.

And I haven't hit the meseta yet...!!

Thank goodness the weather has now cooled down. Even walking in the rain is preferable to being baked alive.

Buen camino
:D
John
 

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