Maine Pilgrim here. We are two women, 70, scheduled to walk the Camino Portugues soon -- very soon! We walked the Via Francigena in Tuscany for two weeks last year and loved every minute of it. This year one of us has been afflicted with plantar fascitis for almost six months. One cortisone shot has provided some relief but not all. Walking 9 miles last week caused quite alot of pain. Another shot due in a week, then leaving a week later to start the walk from Porto to Santago. We worry that the next shot won't provide the relief needed to walk 15 to 20 miles each day that we have planned. What to do? Walk and deal with it? Walk and find transportation at times when it becomes uncomfortable (is that feasible?). Cycle? If cycle, how and where to coordinate? So many questions, so little time. Quitting is not an option. We would love input from those who have traveled this route. Gracias!