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Ilocos Norte

by Paowie

Bantay Abot Cave, Pagudpod, Ilocos Norte

Bantay Abot literally means a cave with a hole, it is not really a cave but a hill and the hole was the result of an earthquake in the 80s. 93 more words


Camino Day 13: Burgos

Today I took a rest day in Burgos. I’m not going to go into lots of detail. Basically, I woke up and left the hostel as late as I could (8h). 114 more words

Travel Adventures

Camino Continues: Bye Bye Burgos!

Distance left to Santiago: 501.2 km

After stopping off in Burgos for two nights, I felt ready to hit the road again. I had walked over 1/3 of the journey by then and found myself still up for the challenge. 1,366 more words

Walking In Spain

Camino Day 14: Burgos to Hontanas - The Desolation of a White and Solitary Land

So today was an interesting day. I felt like I was starting the Camino all over again. I was nervous and excited for the next stage. 965 more words

Travel Adventures

Discovering the Spirit of Burgos, Spain - 108-121/200 Camino Photos

The historic heart of Burgos, Spain, is chocked full of shops, tourists, clergy, and workers. Buildings are joined in a continuous wall, and the daytime is alive with motion and sound. 527 more words

The Unexpected Beauties of Burgos, Spain - 100-107/200 Camino Photos

With a restless need for travel, I have been to a number of countries in Europe. That, combined with a master’s in history, has given me the conceit that I am fairly well-educated and well-read. 235 more words