Charlie and Wynette. No Camino is complete without a visit here. Free flowing wine for pilgrims. We met these delightful South Korean men on the trail earlier when we had stopped for a bit to watch some birds swooping in… Continue Reading
Charlie. Here they say the i’s in the Spanish way. The frugal Scot was lucky to find wee fee wifi.
Charlie. The shadow is also making a collection of photos of Spanish doors.
I talked in the blog last year about goal and destination, how the point is the journey but you need the destination, like ying and yang. It sounds trite but there is an analogy between the Camino and life. You… Continue Reading
Charlie. A typical pilgrim goes 15 miles (25 km) a day. In 2013 we averaged 11 miles a day about 75% speed. This time we planned 7-8 miles a day and are making a bit over 7 miles a day… Continue Reading
Charlie and Wynette. This is Susan from Manhattan and Jill from Australia, who we met on the trail and who are going short distances like us. We stopped at a bar and all had fresh squeezed orange juice in the… Continue Reading
Charlie. We stayed at a lovely casa rural in Villamayor de Monjardin, a big name for a tiny town. We stayed here in our 2013 Camino also and were happy to be able to stay here again. The picture above… Continue Reading
Charlie. A twofer but it still doesn’t get us down. This was the first day we started in the rain. It has been hot so we welcomed the rain and cloudy weather. It only rained for an hour or two… Continue Reading
Charlie. At least once a day you see a shoe or pair of shoes cast off by the trail, usually on a marker post. We see a shoe but to the person who discarded them it is an instrument of… Continue Reading