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Halfway Through El Camino De Santiago, Where Expectations and Reality Meet in the Middle... Sometimes

Today, our 20th day walking along El Camino de Santiago, marks the halfway point between our starting point of St Jean Pied-de-Port in southern France and our goal destination of Santiago de Compostella in northwestern Spain.   737 more words

Book reading at American Pilgrims Northern AZ Chapter gathering

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — At last week’s American Pilgrims Northern Arizona Chapter Pilgrims Gathering, author Stacey Wittig was invited to read from her new book, Spiritual and Walking Guide: León to Santiago on El Camino. 313 more words

Camino Devotional

day eighteen.

(written Sunday, March 23rd)

We woke up to an all you can eat tosta and cafe con leche buffet. Not only that, but our alarm this morning was classical music played over the sound system of the albergue. 529 more words

El Camino De Santiago

day seventeen.

(written Saturday, March 22nd)

Yup- you guessed it. Much like last night, no food for breakfast either. We had 11km to walk before we would have our first meal. 293 more words

El Camino De Santiago

day sixteen.

(written Friday, March 21st)

Our walk this morning was one of the shortest distances on the camino to Hornillos. Many pilgrims walk an additional 10km or so to a more popular pilgrim town but we elected to stick with the book since I couldn’t get my bag picked up and all our Burgos touring did a number on my knee. 509 more words

El Camino De Santiago

day fifteen.

(written Thursday, March 20th)

Burgos. A city of history, cathedrals and top-notch Spanish cuisine. We woke up psyched for our walk this morning knowing that this would be our end destination. 446 more words

El Camino De Santiago

day fourteen.

(written Wednesday, March 19th)

The walk from Santo Domingo to Belorado was rather short thankfully, but the road had few hills and was frigidly cold. It felt much longer than it actually was because of this. 506 more words

El Camino De Santiago