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Yes I've watched most of her camino related videos, some of them before walking the same routes, so I found them both inspirational and really helpful! Yes I'm a fan, quite in awe of her vast hiking experience truth be told! A little jealous of her drinking ability too!!!
I'm sorry to disagree with you. While Sara comes across as carefree and fun, she also urges others to be responsible for themselves, not to be reckless and she gives many helpful tips and suggestions to that effect.I find her very videos helpful. I wish there were less pictures of drinking beer, wine and alcohol, especially during the walks...
I'm sorry to disagree with you. While Sara comes across as carefree and fun, she also urges others to be responsible for themselves, not to be reckless and she gives many helpful tips and suggestions to that effect.
That she enjoys indulging herself in local customs, in food, drink and bridges is part of her charm. To my mind, she is honest and fun and lives in the moment. People are free watch or not watch..
I find her very videos helpful. I wish there were less pictures of drinking beer, wine and alcohol, especially during the walks...
If one is thirsty or not, walking a trail drinking beer is just not a sound option health-wise. Having a glass or two on occasion in the evening, after arrival and rehydration is likely a better choice.
IMO it is not wise to be actually drinking beer while actually walking/hiking a camino alone. This goes for hiking in the Alps, or any strenuous activity. It would be optimal to rehydrate at the end of your walk, before consuming alcohol. ...better leave the alcohol until your done walking...especially if your alone!
Alcohol is a diuretic which causes dehydration and impacts your electrolyte balance and judgement. It can cause hypothermia, especially in coldweather. CDC recommends no more than 1 drink per day!
I have nothing against indulging oneself in culture and food, and alcohol in moderation.
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I prefer drinking a refreshing beer ( with a bottle of water close by ) than drinking one of those supersugary non alcoholic cans.
Great interview, thank you for posting it. I think when we have (at least mostly) passed through this pandemic time there will be many of us out on the various caminos, even the remote ones, which may not be nearly so remote for a while. Sara’s pitch for the LePuy is right on, it’s a gorgeous walk though a comparatively quiet one.