DAY 30 OLD FRIENDS, NEW FRIENDS

We are only 2-3 days away from Sarria which is the 100 kilometer mark from Santiago. The Camino seems more crowded but it’s not the same people we have been traveling with. The Australians, New Zealanders, Germans, Dutch, Norwegians, and French have gotten either ahead or behind us. This fresh crop of pilgrims are newerContinue reading “DAY 30 OLD FRIENDS, NEW FRIENDS”

DAY 28 1 SHIRT, 2 SHIRT, ORANGE SHIRT, BLUE SHIRT

I had a little melt down today. I was trying to get dressed. I have two shirts, orange and blue, and two sports bras, orange and blue. I got all confused because the shirts were both dirty and I ended up wearing the blue shirt with the orange sports bra… It was a mess. TonightContinue reading “DAY 28 1 SHIRT, 2 SHIRT, ORANGE SHIRT, BLUE SHIRT”

DAY 26 I MET A MAN ALONG THE CAMINO

Last night was spent in Astorga, a beautiful town that’s actually quite large but has the feel of a small old town. The cathedral is imposing, the shops are quaint, and the cafes on the plaza were meant for having a leisurely cafe con leche or a vino tinto and watching people. Since I didn’tContinue reading “DAY 26 I MET A MAN ALONG THE CAMINO”

DAY 25 THE BEAUTY OF THE CAMINO

I took the bus into Astorga today because the tendons in my foot were bothering me again. In fact it seems that the Walking Wounded are coming out again. Yesterday I met a woman who was recovering from a knee injury and this morning as we walked over to breakfast I saw our Cincinnati friendsContinue reading “DAY 25 THE BEAUTY OF THE CAMINO”