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Silly Stories from Aboard the Bus

In Spain taking the bus is probably the most common form of transport for getting between cities or provinces. While there are trains and many Spaniards have cars, the bus is often a preferred choice because it is the cheaper option and the bus station/bus stop is located in the centre of town. 754 more words


Spring Break on the Meseta

I’m excited.  A little panicked. Excited.  But mostly excited.

I’m beginning Camino 3.0. on Easter Monday!  I’ll be walking from Burgos to Leon, a distance of 112 Miles, or 181 Kilometers.  371 more words

Walking The Camino

Burgos Cathedral through glass

This is a view of a courtyard of the Cathedral of Burgos through a stained glass.

Burgos Cathedral is a Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral in… 141 more words


BURGUNDY | Wine Challenge 2015

Fitting in everybody’s hectic entertainment and travelling travels finally after months of wrestling, the annual wine challenge took place yesterday evening. Continuing our Burgundy trail, theme picked this year was NSG with a retail floor of HK$ 500. 232 more words

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The Pristine Beaches of Burgos and Agno (Pangasinan, Philippines)

Artist Jason Mraz once shared, My home isn’t about being grounded in one corner of the planet. It’s about being in love and being lost in the middle of an amazing adventure, witnessing sunbursts over horizons of every time zone”

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Camino Francés: How Long Does it Take to Walk 500 Miles?

Before I walked the French Way (Camino Francés), I knew two friends who walked the route just months before me. Lovely Jen walked in the spring of 2013 and spread her trip over 7 weeks, walking the extra 100km to the coast. 1,549 more words

Walking In Spain

Burgos...home of El Cid.

Burgos is known for being one of the coldest places in Spain. The province of Castilla y León is famous for being cold, for the capital’s cathedral, a major stop on the Camino de Santiago Frances, and for its many pueblos (villages and towns). 1,323 more words