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On the Way

My city is one of the main stages of the Way of St. James or Camino de Santiago. Through our streets, we see everyday dozens of pilgrims with their backpacks, walking towards the next stage. 67 more words



So the journey is over and we are all back home. What was it all about?

A few statistics first: 145 miles, 80 hours and 13 days walking, with over 20,000ft of ascent. 597 more words


Day Fourteen: Bardsey

After rain overnight, with the hills still swathed in cloud, the day dawned dry – and still. We would get onto Bardsey! Breakfast was a little more together than our last two ‘smash and grab’ affairs. 533 more words


Of Monks and Monasteries

There are hundreds of Buddhist Monasteries in Tibet and they are an integral part of life here. We visited the Pabonka Monastery, situated at the base of the mountains which surround Lhasa, and offers panoramic views of the area and the Potala Palace. 511 more words


A bit of Tibet's history - The Potala Palace and The Jokhang Temple

When I first thought about travelling to Tibet, I wasn’t sure what to expect. It just sounded like an exciting, scenic, religious, and mystical country to visit, and that was before I began to do my research. 535 more words


One year ago today since I walked the Camino

Today it is one year, give or take a day, since I walked the Pamplona – Leon Section and completed my 1530 kilometre amble from Le Puy en Velay to Santiago. 430 more words

Writing The Camino


we spent sunday in udaipur on a one day trip.

we got up at 530am to climb to neemach temple. with only a ten minute climb, i was quickly regretful at waking up so early. 488 more words