- Camino de Levante
- Camino del Norte
- Camino Francés
- Camino Mozarabe
- Camino Portuguese
- Camino Portuguese by the Coast from near Oporto airport.
- Camino Sanabrés
- Pilgrimage and Prayer
- Pilgrimage to Assisi
- Pilgrimage to Iona from Loyola.
- Ruta de La Lana
- Short walks
- The Camino de Santiago
- The Raft of Corks.
- Via de La Plata
Monthly Archives: October 2013
Finding oneself on the Camino (part 1) Via de La Plata: Merida. The “Ego” in my rucksack. The person I was when I set off on my first Camino, the Via de La Plata, in 2010 … Continue reading
The experience of communion. Mass in Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca On the Ruta de La Lana, I arrived in Campillo de Altobuey the day after my “shock”, when I had a fierce reaction to antibiotics. This had forced me to … Continue reading
Pain The suffering Pilgrim: pain, the body and love. On the final 200 kms of the Camino the number of pilgrims doubles, then triples. I am always impressed at the determination with which those who have newly joined the Camino … Continue reading
Iona Community Prayers on the Camino de Santiago “Dad, have you ever said sorry in your life?” On the Camino, in the hours of walking in the quiet of forests or over the great plains of Burgos or La Mancha, … Continue reading
Disturbed by reason. Via de La Plata Merida. Almendralejo to Merida. I left Almendralejo on my 61st birthday. My legs felt better after the ungainly exercises the doctor had demonstrated to me in the hospital the previous afternoon. … Continue reading
Railway lines on the Caminos. They seem to go off into infinity. My Caminos often begin by a train journey, sometimes in the middle of the night. I don’t know why I like railway lines. I like the old ones. … Continue reading