I keep meaning to write about this particular topic but somehow feel that it might not be relevant for the Camino de Santiago. However, we live in a day and age where a good proportion of people are taking medication for one or another condition. For me, it matters, as I take prescription medication on... Continue Reading →
My Wrist is Free!
Just a quick post to let you know that today my cast on my left wrist has been removed. I have been discharged as the doctors feel happy that the wrist has healed. As you can imagine, it feels very strange and tender now, having been restricted for a month and a half. I had... Continue Reading →
Still on the mend..
Hi all! I suppose I am posting this to update you on how the wrist injury is going. Since the fall on the 6th of November, it has been frustrating trying to manage with the one arm. The injured wrist has been in a cast and sling. Even putting on a coat can be a... Continue Reading →
Being Camino fit (or Camino unfit in my case)
Once upon a time, in the not too distant past, I could walk 25 kms-30 kms a day and feel fine. Of course, I would stop for cafe con leches or cervezas, and a little snack. Walking these distances didn't cause too much trouble for me save for a few strains in my legs or the... Continue Reading →
So you all know I have a passion for walking. I have for many years and I can't see that leaving in the near future. However, I wouldn't consider myself "fit". I walk on average three to four times a month, not including my time in Spain. So I would consider myself overweight. With Christmas... Continue Reading →