Blisters on the Camino

Posted November 17, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses Blisters. Almost everyone gets them on the Camino. The trick is to keep your feet dry. For many years I avoided them completely by putting vaseline on my feet every morning and changing my socks partway through the day. (if you're barefoot you don't get them) n May each year I guide a group of pilgrims along the Camino, a medival route following the footsteps of millions of people. You'll be guided to prepare for the journey physically, mentally and spiritually and learn expert tips. We'll walk over 200 kilometers in 11 days together. If you want a package about estimated expenses, what's planned and how to sign up contact me directly. Read about it http://lnkd.in/VhsnU4 It's the journey of a lifetime. ps I'll be walking barefoot so if anyone wants to learn more about the healing benefits or join me barefoot on the Camino, you are most welcome!

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