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Day Six on the Camino is the End!

Exactly a year ago today, we entered the Catedral de Santiago, after walking 144 kms in 6 days across Spain to get there! Here’s a little video to celebrate! The End of the Camino...
Day Five on the Camino Ingles

Day Five on the Camino Ingles

  Day Five is when you are suddenly hit by an existential conflict, you are nearing the end of the pilgrimage, and suddenly you are filled with both relief and a strange kind of sorrow. And because it’s a sort of in-between day, we go from the sublime to...
Day Four on the Camino Ingles

Day Four on the Camino Ingles

Day Four on the Camino Ingles is the hardest day, with a steep climb out of Betanzos, and then later in the day, the longest and steepest climb from Cafe Julia to Visono. but you are rewarded with great vistas and an eye-blindingly bright decor at the restaurant at...
Day Three on the Camino Ingles

Day Three on the Camino Ingles

Day Three on the Camino Ingles was all about surprises – good surprises like churros and castles. The climb out of Pontedeume was not a good surprise, but there was a reward at the end, the little village of Mino, nestled on the mountain with views to the sea,...

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