I couldn’t help myself. I saw a window. I was talking with other pilgrims who were all planning and booking and sorting and I got caught up in the moment. At first I just looked at flights. And then I booked a flight. And before I knew it I was going to Spain for a week in June.
I’m planning to walk the Camino Inglés, also known as The English Way, which for me will start on the northern coast of Spain in Ferrol. With it’s roots in the 12th Century, it served as the main access route to Santiago for pilgrims coming from England, Scotland, Ireland and other Nordic countries. Pilgrims walked from their homes to the coast where they made a sea crossing to Spain, and once they arrived, they followed this path to Santiago. Continue reading