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El Camino de Santiago: Days 27 – 29

Part five of my Camino blog covers the journey from Santiago to Finisterre and then onto Muxía walking 115km over 3 days. It’s a time for reflection and quiet contemplation after the hectic, commercial, crowded walk into Santiago and is … Continue reading

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El Camino de Santiago: Days 20 – 26

Part four of my Camino blog covers the last 250km section of the Camino Francés into Santiago. I head back into the mountains, over the highest points on the Camino then into Galicia for the final 100 miles. The scenery … Continue reading

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El Camino de Santiago: Days 10 – 19

Part three of my Camino blog covers around 370km from Logroño to Santa Catalina over 10 days during the Holy Week/Easter period. I leave my Camino family and head off on my own, increasing my daily mileages. I head through the … Continue reading

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El Camino de Santiago: Days 3 – 9

The second part of my Camino blog takes me from the start of the Camino Francés in St Jean to Logroño over a 7-day period. I spent most of this section walking with new friends and spending all day, (and night) … Continue reading

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El Camino de Santiago: Days 0 – 2

The Camino de Santiago is the name given to any of the pilgrimage routes to the shrine of St. James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain. There are many paths to Santiago, the most (in)famous being … Continue reading

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Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail

A few weeks ago WordPress kindly notified me that “Your stats are booming!”, so I headed over to my blog to check out the international interest and acclaim, only to be met with some figures that implied a couple of … Continue reading

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