Daily Costs On The Camino

I haven't written about the topic of costs on the Camino before so I thought I would dive into my experiences with money over the last number of years. It's important to start out by saying that everyone's experience is different. You may choose to avoid albergues and have a more comfortable Camino, thereby increasing... Continue Reading →

What’s Next?

It is a little too soon to talk about next year's Camino before I have taken my first step from Ferrol but the purpose of this post is to let you know what routes I would like to walk in the near future. I won't give any dates as I have no plans made other... Continue Reading →

My YouTube debut..

So I've held back making YouTube videos for a number of reasons, but this evening, I picked up whatever courage there was going in North Dublin and made a short video on my pack. I feel I am a little more comfortable speaking to the eternal masses on YouTube than to a crowded room. It... Continue Reading →

Just a few last things to do..

The bag is packed, I'm ready to go.........ok! enough of the singing! The neighbours will start to complain. But I am pretty much ready. I bought a new Samsung phone charger cable, walking trousers and a few items to restock my first aid kit during the week. So I am set. And forgive me if... Continue Reading →

A few recent walks

I've had a few walks under my belt in the last few weeks so I may as well post a few photos from them. They have been great practice for my trip back to Spain but I'm one or two walks short of being ready for May 7th. Aware Harbour 2 Harbour Walk - St.... Continue Reading →

Two recent additions to ClearskiesCamino

Today, I have added 2 new files to the Camino Resources section of the blog - one gives a breakdown of how many pilgrims reached Santiago in 2018 and the other is my Packing List for my upcoming Celtic Camino in May. I hope they prove useful to you. packinglistcelticcaminoDownload pilgrimstats2018-convertedDownload

Camino Francés – A return

I don't get into this position too often. I returned from the Portuguese Coastal Route, revitalised, with quite a few days leave left. So I decided I would go back. But not to Santiago or Galicia, but to the other side of Spain. I actually quite prefer the journey and not the destination. Stopping short... Continue Reading →

Back to the Camino Francés

And I can't wait... It has been nearly three months since I returned from Santiago and the Portuguese Camino. I had a great time. It was short. Too short. I arrived back and immediately thought "I need to go back". So I sat down and looked at flights back to Spain. My trips to Spain... Continue Reading →

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