What an epic day! Today, I began my final day of walking to Santiago early. I was up before the sun and had a chance to see the stars for the first time in almost four weeks. Since the sunset
Today was another long day of walking. We decided to head out early and were on the trail at 6:50am. One of the Germans decided that she wanted to come with us after all. The sky was overcast and there
Today it was hard to get out of bed when the alarm clock went off, even though I got around 8 hours of sleep. I was a little slow getting ready, but my Camino family was waiting for me downstairs.
Today started out a little late. We had breakfast at the Albergue with the Hospitalero and then hit the trail around 8:00. The morning was quite beautiful with a bit of fog clinging to the fields. As we made our
After the long day yesterday, we all ended up getting up a little later than usual and set out around 7:30. The weather was cool and overcast, so it made for a good start to the day. The terrain today
Today was another long day. I took a little longer getting ready, so everyone else had left by the time I got ready. I grabbed some breakfast at the Albergue before hitting the trail. I finally set off around 8:00.
Today was a very long day. I was all packed and ready by 7am and hit the trail. I started off on my own, but a few villages later I met up with all of my Camino family from dinner
Today started out quite well. I woke up and was greeted by numerous birthday wishes from friends and family through email and Facebook, and it gave me a great smile to start the day. I set off on the trail
Today was another long day, and most of it was walking alone. 18 miles through the heat. It was around 80 in the shade, so while walking with no cover it felt much hotter. I set off before the heat
When I woke up this morning the first thing that I checked was how my feet felt. Amazingly, they felt fine. I walked around the Albergue while getting ready and knew that I would be able to walk today! After