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Blisters on the Camino de Santiago

Written By: jeff

Posted On: July 7th, 2010

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Blisters.  No doubt that they are the bane of every pilgrim’s existence on the Camino de Santiago while traveling in Spain. But that’s part of the travel adventure, right? Anyone planning on making the journey must plan for them.  While following our pilgrim, Noemi, on her adventure, we watched while she treated her blisters one night at the shelter (albergue).  This may be a little hard to watch for some, but you gotta be prepared. For most people, it’s not a question of if, but when, you get your blisters. And, if you’re walking for 30 days or more, you better know how to treat them.  We’re not doctors, but storytellers. So, make sure you do your own homework on how to treat the blisters that you WILL get.

Since this is a Rough Cut, I decided not to translate. I think the action speaks for itself.

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One Response to “Blisters on the Camino de Santiago”

  1. […] face on their trek, preparing for them in advance gives you a good chance of avoiding many of them. Blisters, tendonitis, dehydration, sunburn and heatstroke are the most common ailments that people have to […]

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