I wanted to know how much distance can the man and his daughter cover in a set amount of days, say 30.
The conditions are:
When they start traveling they don't have any food or water, which they get in the next town they came across.
They don't have money enough to buy horses.
Both the man and the girl were perfectly healthy before the start of the travel.
During the travel the girl is severely hurt quite a many times which resulted in heavy blood loss and weakness. The father essentially had to carry his daughter from the tenth day.
During the first third of the travel they travel through mostly plains. Let's assume during this period the daughter and her father are perfectly healthy. They get to see one town once in every three days and four days alternately(This is just an assumption, I know towns are not usually placed in a fixed distance).
They are still on the run so they hardly stay in any town more than they need to, just to spend the night.
During the starting of the second third of the travel the girl gets hurt. The father always carries her daughter, as she is in no shape to walk. They travel through some hilly areas (not mountains, just some rough terrain with a little elevation similar to plateau). Towns and cities to refill their food are scarce here. So the father start to starve to save food for his hurt daughter.
During the last third of their travel the girl start to recover a little. She could walk on her own but not much. So for the large part of the time the father still have to carry her daughter. They again start traveling on the plains and have enough towns to refill their food stalk.
Also during this whole travel the father hardly got any sleep when they had to sleep out in the open.