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Day 9 - Viana to Logroño

What a blissfully short day today! We surprised ourselves at how quickly we walked 10km. We had left a wee bit later in the day than usual, and after less than 3 hours, we are here in Logroño. 306 more words

Camino

How To Beat Boredom

Whenever my daughter complains she is bored and has nothing to do, my retort is to suggest she pretend play “Pilgrims.”  Suddenly the modern world doesn’t seem so drab after all

Single Mom

Lhasa

What a place! Where to start? Being in Lhasa is like being in a giant washing machine filled with all sorts of different people and experiences. 211 more words

Reflection at Carrion

Last night at Carrion we have a beautiful Mass at 8 pm. The church was full with locals and pilgrims. After Mass the priest invited all the pilgrims to come forward for a blessing and a little gift. 125 more words

Camino

Contemplation

It’s pretty amazing. I have not been on the red rocky trail of the Camino de Santiago since 2011 and yet it comes to me daily. 35 more words

Plymouth Rock #5: Those Long Lines Are Horrible

Travel has always been a bitch. Take, for example, the earliest attempts made by pilgrims to travel to a new strange world.

They didn’t have ipads, either.

Pilgrims

Plymouth Colony

Plymouth Colony and the famous Mayflower were founded by the Pilgrims. The Pilgrims invented Thanksgiving and negotiated peaceful terms with the Indians.

James I of England, the successor of Elizabeth I, made changes in the Church of England. 384 more words

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