DAY 15 SOME THINGS TO MAKE YOU LAUGH

Yesterday Glen missed a camino sign and walked a mile and a half when he saw this. Danger Explosives Military Zone Do not go off the road He turned around and went back 😉 Sometimes I think one of the things I did right is the way I packed my backpack. Everything is in itsContinue reading “DAY 15 SOME THINGS TO MAKE YOU LAUGH”

DAY 12 WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER

There is a legend on the Camino that is associated with the town of Santo Domingo. The story goes that a couple and their son are making the pilgrimage to Santiago. They stop in Santo Domingo where the daughter of the innkeeper falls in love with the son. Unfortunately he rejects her advances so sheContinue reading “DAY 12 WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER”

DAY 11 CLEANLINESS IS DIFFICULT ON THE CAMINO

We have been staying in some very nice hotels along the Camino much nicer than the albergues or even most of the other hotels and bed & breakfasts along the way. Two nights ago my husband said he thought the hotel was definitely less nice than any of the others. I was confused by thisContinue reading “DAY 11 CLEANLINESS IS DIFFICULT ON THE CAMINO”

DAY 9

I am beginning to see the walking, or maybe hobbling, wounded. Knee and ankle braces are appearing. Road rash is peeking out from beneath bandages. One woman has her wrist and one finger bandaged up. She took a bad fall back in Roncevalles, but she’s still moving. This morning we saw a man with hisContinue reading “DAY 9”