Camino Ingles – Sergude to Hospital de Bruma – Day 5

The first few hours were to ourselves. It was dark but there was a method in our madness. The A Coruna leg joins the Ferrol leg of the Camino Ingles a few kilometres before Hospital de Bruma. We were expecting to see more pilgrims later on in the day, and we were right. Far more …

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Camino Ingles – Pontedeume To Betanzos – Day Two

The stay in Pension Casa Apilladeira was super. We left with a filling breakfast and excitement for the day ahead. Even though the skies were overcast and the rains were never far off, I left the rain gear off to start. I was eager to get to Betanzos - a town rich in medieval history. …

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Camino Ingles – Ferrol To Pontedeume – Day 1

Day 1...Boom! Let's go! Straight out of the blocks and we are lost. Ha! Where would we be without guidebooks?! We were quite happy to start at dark thirty. It was going to be a long day.30km, give or take. It seems like a lot for a first day, but we had a nice place …

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For those on the Camino Ingles shortly…

Betanzos...a town rich in Celtic history sits on the Camino Ingles between Ferrol and Santiago. It lies beside the Mandeo river and is a place to stop and look around once you have your day's walking over. I am due to arrive here on the 9th of May and having seen so many great photos …

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When your Mind is on the Camino but your Feet aren’t..

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 …

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Weekend Watch #51 – Camino Frances from Sarria

This Weekend Watch falls on St. Patrick's weekend and it has a distinct Irish feel to it. Not only does the video show a good part of Galicia, Ireland's unofficial fifth province, but this pilgrim arrived at A Coruña before making his way to Sarria where he started his Camino. I look forward to seeing …

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