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Slow Camino: My Adventure on the Camino de Santiago by Terence Callery 

I’ve been reading Slow Camino: My Adventure on the Camino de Santiago written by Terence Callery. I hope one day make this pilgrimage. As to what route I’ll walk I don’t know yet. 169 woorden meer

Camino de Santiago - Day 0

Planes, Trains, Automobiles

The only rational effort on this trip was buying the plane tickets, otherwise airfare would have cost a fortune. I shopped months in advance looking for the right combination of dollars spent, time in the air, and dollars spent…yeah, saving money on the flight was a big deal. 613 woorden meer


Camino de Santiago: Día 12

Trajectory: Burgos to Hontanas

Distance: 19.7 miles or 31.5 kilometers

People Seen: Zero

The Meseta

The next few stages of the walk are on the Meseta, which is wide open farm lands with blades of grass in shockingly symmetrical striations and rocks that again look like moonscapes. 289 woorden meer


Camino de Santiago: Día 10

Detalles del Día

Trajectory: Grañón to Villafranca

Distance: 16 miles, or 25.6 kilometers

Climate: All of them

Rainbows: Free with purchase (1 per walker)

Note: These posts are all out of order due to the fact that WiFi only exists in weird places during this stretch of the Camino. 481 woorden meer


Chapter 4: Glory and Gore

Well, maybe not gore. But the title was catchy so I’m running with it.

I’m realising that I never actually explained the title of the blog. 883 woorden meer

About Me

Camino de Santiago: Día 11

But…9 and 10?

How can we proceed with life sans knowing what happened on the 9th and 10th days of my trek? Tragique! Indeed, there are pitfalls of walking and writing! 995 woorden meer


Camino de Santiago - Introduction

I think walking the Camino de Santiago has always been an irrational act…

It’s definitely irrational from my perspective; that of a middle-aged, middle-class, American male. 231 woorden meer