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Category Archives: The Raft of Corks.
……. “where it was I meant to travel” is maybe not where it was I was meant to travel Continue reading
Camino del Norte – Asturias I walked this stretch of the Camino in July which was fine for weather but very, very busy. I wonder what it was about me in July last year that has left me with few … Continue reading
Camino del Norte – Cantabria From Bilbao to Santander. Many pilgrims begin their Camino in Bilbao because it has a well-served airport and many attractions to visit on the afternoon or evening they arrive. Starting in Bilbao also avoids the … Continue reading
Fainthearted about doing the Camino? An extraordinary coincidence became a common event in the early stages of my Camino last year. I had begun walking with an arrhythmia in my heart. I began to notice that when I spontaneously gave … Continue reading
Camino del Norte: The Basque Country. Bilbao. When I first visited Bilbao in the early 70’s I thought it should have been twinned with Glasgow. Both invisible through the smog, the only difference was that instead of smoky black fog … Continue reading
Camino del Norte: Irun to Gernika What is Time? I met an Irishman on the Camino who told me the story of the farm boy who was driving a pig through a village. It was taking forever since the pig … Continue reading
Two Gifts of the Camino de Santiago: Letting go and seeking simplicity. Gifts of the Camino de Santiago: Letting go and seeking simplicity. Two great benefits of walking the Camino de Santiago are the experience of letting go of … Continue reading