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Camino de Santiago

Camino Finisterre – Day 5 – Logoso to Corcubion

  Logoso is a cute little hamlet. I recommend you stay here. The albergue is quite squishy. But the little pension, at €5 extra pp, is affordable for that extra privacy. Son was happy to be away from the black... Continue Reading →

Camino Finisterre – Day 4 – Moranos to Logoso

The rains pounded through the night. It was very heavy. I did feel relieved that it was raining so heavily. I figured that it was better for the moisture to get squeezed out of those rain clouds whilst we were... Continue Reading →

Have you seen it? I've been searching for a TED Talk video of a pair of friends who walked the camino together. One is a paraplegic. I saw this video before I left on the camino and it brought tears... Continue Reading →

2015 – Post-camino reflections 

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..." It truly was. I started the year in 2015 believing it was, well ..., quite shit really.  I also believed it was a year that would end well.... Continue Reading →

Camino Finisterre –  Day 3 – Negreira to Moranos

   When I told hubs that we were in Negreira, he thought I said Nigeria. I guess the words looks similar and the brain makes up the rest. Great intentions went by the wayside. Desires to wake up and be... Continue Reading →

Camino Finisterre – Day 2 – Santiago de Compostela to Negreira

Our grand plan of waking up early to walk fell by the wayside. Peering at the still dark sky, it felt too cold to walk. That's just an excuse, of course. So was the reason that I didn't know what... Continue Reading →

Camino Finisterre – Bus Timetable To Santiago

I know it was quite hard to find the bus schedule from Finisterre to Santiago. It may have been in some Spanish site, but it wasn't found by me. So I figured I'd write this down before I forget. Below... Continue Reading →

Camino Finisterre – Day 1 – London to Santiago de Compostela

I'm rather in awe that I'm here again. Only 4 and a half months ago, I was in awe that I'd completed the camino Frances- albeit with manky feet. Since then, I'd been on a stint on the Camino del... Continue Reading →

Camino group walk – Finsbury Park to Stoke Newington

It's the first time I've walked with the group since July. I felt lazy and sluggish when I woke. But that's when I know that it's time to just do it anyway. I travelled across London to get to the... Continue Reading →

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