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Are Pilgrimages dead as Dinosaurs?

Are Pilgrimages dead as Dinosaurs?

  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...
Betanzos to Bruma on the Camino Ingles

Betanzos to Bruma on the Camino Ingles

Day Four on the Camino Ingles was 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 and then a long stretch into Bruma. But you are rewarded with great vistas and an eye-blindingly...
Escape to the Mountains

Escape to the Mountains

The village far below is Sari, the roadhead for Devariyatal. This picture is some 4 kms and 1000m above it. We were trekking for adventure when we heard the magical sound of a Garhwali sound floating through the pure Himalayan air. One of the best parts of the trek...

How not to get lost in the midst of route changes!

The Camino Ingles has changed! There is argument about whether for the better or the worse – but what matters is that you won’t get lost if you follow the markers. A big thank you to readers who have contacted me with details and maps of the changes. The...

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