Return to Spain, The Camino de Santiago Calls Us
You’ve seen the pictures of Spain and the Camino on Twitter or Facebook. It is a place so special that you just have to go somehow?
First Time in Spain
The year 2013 and I have convinced my husband to go on a five-week walk across Spain on the Camino de Santiago. We had no idea what to expect or if we were even going to make it. Finding our way from the airport to the train station alone was a challenge. The journey began way before the walk did, making our way to Pamplona to start. But as many of you who have walked this pilgrimage you know, it is something that gets into your soul.
Return to Spain
Since 2015 we have joined a few of the online Facebook groups to help others who are planning the walk. It feels great to offer the advice I wish I had gotten. We also became a member of the Canadian Company of Pilgrims which means we got a patch and passport for the next trip. I don’t know when but I am going back to Spain to walk the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. This time I will walk the entire Camino. Company from my daughter would be great, maybe not the whole Camino but some of it. The other half of this blogging duo will probably only join me part ways and either bus or train since his foot is too bad now to walk the long distance.
Walk with us in Spain
Anyone looking for a little semi-adventure, spiritual walk or just a bit of exercise join me and we can plan and get ready together for what will be a memorable journey. The full walk will take about 5 weeks so it is good to start the plan for time off now. but if you’re like me and can’t just get 5 weeks off let’s try a new route. The Camino Portuguese starting in Porto only takes about 10 days. If you are interested in just this it will still earn you a Compostela at the end. I can help you plan and finish together.
Facebook Groups to follow
Buen Camino again!