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Indecision…

My 2017 Camino has come in many different shapes and sizes. First, I was to walk from Porto to Santiago. Then, I decided on the Camino Ingles from Ferrol. And finally I returned to familiarity and the Camino Frances. I suppose I have a special friendship with the French Way, but in time, I will dip my toes in other routes.

After deciding on a start from Astorga, I longed for the meseta and moved my starting position to Logrono. Yes!..Logrono was to be my final starting place. No more changes. I’ll stick to my guns. Weeeelll, that didn’t last long as I have pushed forward my first steps to Burgos. With the 11-12 days I have, I should see Astorga, or even further depending on the weather. Once I made my mind up, I cancelled my bus to Logrono from Barajas T4 and booked a bus to Burgos. I’ve reserved a litera in Albergue Hostel Burgos, on Calle Miranda, literally less than a minute away from the estación de autobuses. Day One will begin early the following day as I make way for Hontanas, another favourite stop of mine.

The countdown continues in earnest, but I just hope I don’t change my mind again!

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  1. The Camino will let you know which part and which one it wants you on, no worries!

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    June 1, 2017
    • Oh absolutely Pablo. The Camino knows how to get my attention…it seems to be on my mind quite a bit lately.

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      June 4, 2017
  2. Geraldine #

    Buen Camino to you, it’s exciting either way so I hope you enjoy!

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    June 3, 2017
  3. Thanks Ger! I’m very excited anyway.

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    June 4, 2017

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