After trekking the entire Camino de Santiago in 2013 (SJPDP to Finisterre), the Mapless Pilgrim returns to quasi-document 17 days trekking the final 300-miles...while continuing to embrace the maplessness of life.
Thursday, September 5, 2013
En Lieu of a Written Post, You Get...
A fully updated "where I am and where I have been" link on the right, including pictures and commentary. Enjoy!
PS. I have run out of Tylenol PM. If anyone knows the Spanish equivalent I would be mighty grateful if you'd post it in the comments. Beunas noches!
Salvarina is a brand name for ibuprofen in Spain. Don't know about the PM version. Ibuprofen is also known as Camino Candy. I bet a pharmacist would be able to help you out.ReplyDelete
Ibruprofeno in SpanishReplyDelete
Tylenol is brand name for paracetamol (in the US acetaminophen) -- try asking for some form of paracetamol. Just don't take too much of it - too much can be fatal. Different from ibuprofen (name brand Motrin in the US).ReplyDelete