All I tried to do was ‘Trek’…

And, Yes, I am glad that I did it. Nothing could have prevented me from trying that out. But why did I have to use a shoe small in size for my first trek. Now after a month of that incident (where my toe nails became blue and then black because of the pressure from the small sized shoe), I am just back from the hospital, having removed my toe nails, cleaned up the infection and a big bandage on the toe looking like they have removed the toe instead of the nail. And it pains from the inside like hell. And it did cost a LOT. So not fair :(. How am I going to rectify it? Well, I already did. By buying a proper shoe (even though it did cost me 3k) but at least it is a good one and has enough gap in it for my comfort. But will I do trekking again? Hell yeah but not the kind where they suffer for days or so. I am not sure I am fit for that kind. I like it mild.

Sorry for the rant. I am in pain and waiting for my medicine to be delivered and the daily prompt just gave the wrong (or right) prompt for today 😉

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  6. Lunch Sketch · September 21, 2013

    Argh. As a kid I always had ingrown toe nails. I had two operations on both my big toes to rectify it. Hurt a lot after the ops!! So you definitely have my sympathy.
    Defintely don’t give up on hiking and even treks. Good for the mind body and soul 🙂

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    • KG · September 21, 2013

      Oops !!! And thank you. I liked being with nature with less crowd and peaceful environment. So I am trying to get back in shape for another one 🙂

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