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Day 10

I was unable to put my arrival in Santiago into words on Wednesday. The only word I can now use is pure joy, but somehow words do not carry the weight of emotion I felt as I walked into the Plaza do Obradoiro in front of the Cathedral. 307 more words

Back to Iruna/Pamplona

I would be a lie if I said that all of this trip is beautiful, scenic or idyllic. The path was probably chosen because it was the shortest or easiest way between A to B. 915 more words


More of the real details of our Camino......

Tuesday 15th April and we are two weeks into our Camino Part 2 tomorrow.

The Facts:

Camino Part 2: 273.9 km walked, 185.3km / 115.1 miles to go. 625 more words

Thank you Ian, Rosie, Gilly and Leki UK.....

Thank you to my long suffering husband Ian, and Rosie for searching out new poles. Thanks too to Gilly for all your offers of help, and also to Leki UK for shipping my shiny new Nordic poles out to Northern Spain so quickly. 38 more words

To Zubiri

Good-bye to William and got his number if I come through Holland. This was the second day for many Pilgrims and it was a day of friendly and nice people. 660 more words


Pamplona/ Iruna unexpected attraction

When my bike repair wasn’t moving as smoothly as hoped, I assured them that they should take their time and if necessary a new brake. The shop closed at 13:30 but we didn’t leave before 16:30. 701 more words


Planning "The Way"

Months before we sat across from each other picking out urns and niches, my husband and I sat next to each other convinced that we’d dodged another bullet.  844 more words