I’m going home. We’re safe and sound and without any incidents. (Well one or two but more on that later). We walked 500km (ish) from Burgos to Santiago and whilst I had a great time I suspect it will be a while before I walk the Frances again.
I never blogged. Truth be told I just didn’t feel inspired to blog. Or maybe truth be told my new smaller phone frustrated me with fat fingers missing the keys… spending my time with endless edits. Continue reading
The communal meal last night was a bit of a damp squib. Not because the food was bad… But sadly no-one wanted to be very sociable.
There were a dozen pilgrims around the table but only three would chat. The French at either end just wouldn’t engage… So it was a muted affair. The German lady beside me was very nice… She is retired and has walked all over Europe. Opposite was a very smiley Croatian chap and a nice but shy German girl. So it was a pleasant meal but nothing exciting. Continue reading
So there was this three week gap in my schedule and I’m not one to say no to the chance of a walk. Continue reading
I love planning my next walk! There is such joy in poring over maps and other planning websites (I regularly use https://www.gronze.com/ and http://www.mundicamino.com/los-caminos and https://godesalco.com/plan) and I love reading other camino blogs and finding slideshows on youtube; it’s a wonderful part of the process. It can though also be a little stressful as I get so tied up trying to decide which route. Will I have time? Can I get there and back? What will the weather be like? Will there be open albergues? Questions, Questions, Questions!