40 days and counting... Do you ever have a countdown to your next Camino ticking away? I bet you have. I use an application on my phone telling me the number of days I have left before I leave. I'm not sure if it's a good thing or not but each morning I get a... Continue Reading →
Let me apologise! The intention was to keep you updated a little bit more than this but I was busy over the weekend. Here goes... The Camino Society held their first monthly walk of 2019 in Glencullen. There are tonnes of trails there and the Dublin Mountains Way runs through it. I won't go into... Continue Reading →
Hace dos meses….
I returned from Burgos on the 14th of September with a new found energy, and maybe a desire to return again. But surely that isn't that bad? Nearly two months have passed since I returned to Ireland. Since then, I have tried to keep the Camino alive. Many times have I wanted to book a... Continue Reading →
Camino Society Photo Exhibition – Picture Perfect!
For the last number of the months, the Camino Society of Ireland has been promoting their inaugural photo contest. People from all around the world have been submitting photos of their time on the Camino. There were a number of categories and prizes for each category. All in all, just over 300 photographs were received... Continue Reading →
Camino Society Ireland Photo Contest
Today, Camino Society Ireland launched its inaugural Photo Contest. It is open to all people who have walked the Camino, including the Celtic Camino. Those of you who read my blog would have taken many a photo while on Camino so now is your chance to submit a photo or two if you feel they... Continue Reading →
Camino Information Centre – First day proper….
I had such a great time today and the time I was there flew by. I could have stayed much longer, you know? Today was my first day in Camino Society Ireland's Information Centre in St. James' Church. The centre is open from Thursday to Saturday from 10.30am to 3.30pm but I can only take... Continue Reading →
Camino Society Ireland hike – Ticknock Woods – 1st July 2017
65 days. The countdown to my next Camino continues and I long for the day I throw on my backpack and find the first arrow. I can then let the simple life take over and let the walking do the talking. It's not long away, that's for sure, so any practice hike until the 4th... Continue Reading →
The Camino Information Centre – Starting Out
I had such a fun day yesterday at the Camino Information Centre. Based at St. James' Church in Dublin, the Centre is open from Thursday to Saturday from 10.30 to 3.30 and is run by volunteers for prospective pilgrims. After walking the Camino for a number of years, I felt that the next step was... Continue Reading →
Giving Something Back
Ever since I took my first steps on the French Way back in 2011, the Camino has ever so slowly become part of my life. My returning each year gives me great food for thought and when I return to Ireland, I plan for my next time in Spain. Everyday, I seem to remember a... Continue Reading →
Bray Head with Camino Society Ireland
Hike #2 Bray town, around and over Bray head and back to the town. Another weekend and now just 100 days (eek!) before I fly back to Spain and into Madrid. Time flies, doesn't it? And speaking of time flying, this day 4 years ago I had completed my third day on my third stint... Continue Reading →