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Return of the same in Galicia.

Is it co-incidence that I have,  metaphorically speaking,  hesitated to complete this chronicle  about walking the Camino? For just  as I felt on the actual walk part of me wishes to continue and part of me wants to remain at… 484 more words

No news is good news

Today we entered a new stage of el Camino. We left the region of Palencia and began our journey to Leon. The walk was long and hot, but we eventually made it to our albergue. 221 more words

Onward into Galicia

With Galicia waiting just round the corner and Santiago now closer than ever, the time to leave Matavenero had finally come. Living here for nearly a week is a moment in my life that I will always cherish. 435 more words



I made it to the albergue in Hontanas! It was a 32km walk from Burgos and took nearly 6.5 hours. I went further than I was planing today, but felt good and decided I could take on an extra 11km. 497 more words

It's Finisterre (and I feel fine)

No sooner had I arrived in Santiago and had a good night’s sleep did I pack my bags to leave. I would be returning the following day, but Jasmin and I had decided that we would travel to Finisterre, or land’s end, and spend a day there. 607 more words

The Packing Process

Without a doubt, deciding what to pack for El Camino has been the longest part of my planning process. After I decided to spend a month of my summer in Spain, it was relatively easy to set the dates and find a flight.  215 more words


The Way of St. James, St. James’s Way, St. James’s Path, or St. James’s Trail -commonly known by its name in Spanish: El Camino de Santiago- is the name of any of the pilgrimage routes (most commonly the Camino Francés or French route) to the shrine of the apostle St.

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