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Laura, Brasil.

“When you’ve been here walking for several days it’s like your brain starts to work differently. You get a new perspective on things.”

Brasil. 65 more words

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Courtney and Sarah, Australia and UK.

Courtney: “I’ve been living in the UK for some time and I’m flying back to Australia soon, but I wanted to live this experience before leaving. 274 more words

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Silvia and Leo, Argentina.

“We don’t have a religious motivation for being here, it’s more the desire to challenge ourselves.”

Silvia and Leo,


“No estamos aquí por motivación religiosa. 28 more words

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Jesús, Spain.

“I ran my first marathon shortly after I became sixty, and most of my training involved walking different Camino routes. I’ve always loved rave parties.Dancing all night, drinking and, well…, enjoying some of the other stuff, too. 178 more words

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Time Traveling In Plymouth

I can’t believe that today is our last day in Boston, the week went by so fast. I’ve had the time of my life out here exploring this city and all it has to offer. 413 more words


Overcoming internal struggle on the way through Vigo to Redondela.

Day 28 – 7th November 2016, Nigran to Redondela

Hello friends!

The distant beauty of the Cíes Islands

This was probably one of the toughest and yet most magnificent walks we have enjoyed on the Camino Portugues. 926 more words

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Clara, Franrra and Nelo, Spain.

“Yesterday’s was a hard stage, especially for Franrra. We walked a lot, and there were many hills to climb, but here he is, keeping up like a champ.” 74 more words

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