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Selene and Sergio, Spain

Sergio: “Let’s say that walking is not on the top of our hobbies list. If you say that you buy me a beer, and the pub is three streets away, I’ll probably say ‘hmm… You know what? 322 more words

Camino De Santiago

Streets of San Francisco

What goes up,
must come down.

Obvious but not easy,
unappealing and so hard,
indeed, for sure, a daunting walk,
that’s the rub.

An unfaltering brisk pace, 53 more words


Anne and Audrey, Ireland

“We were always saying: “When we retire we will walk the Camino de Santiago.” So here we are.

Everything has been good so far: the food is great, drinks are cheap, and the landscape is beautiful. 114 more words

Camino De Santiago

Chul Joo and Da-Eun, South Corea.

Da-Eun: “I’m here as a group guide, with Chul Joo and another fourteen people, all from Corea and all seniors. I live in Madrid, so I speak Spanish fluently and that helps, but it is my first time as a guide and also my first time at the Camino. 485 more words

Camino De Santiago

Incredible, Exotic India 🕉

We arrived at the holy river of Hinduism, the Ganges, in Varanasi, India at 4 in the morning.  We had been on an all-night converted school bus from Nepal. 1,594 more words


Camino survival tips#1 (Leti and Vane, Spain.)

“Last night at the hostel there was this guy who was snoring loudly and this other man* who was getting increasingly nervous. They ended up arguing and leaving the room, first one of them and then the other. 172 more words