Another Weekend Walk..

Last weekend, myself and some from the Free Camino Prep meet-up group met up and walked a section of the Grand Canal Way. We decided to meet outside of Dublin in a little town called Hazelhatch. The great thing about this trail is not only is it way-marked but it is serviced well by Irish... Continue Reading →

Don’t Stop Walking – Season Two

I'm a big fan of Andrew Suzuki's work on the Camino de Santiago. His two series - Don't Stop Walking and Beyond The Way have been massive hits over on Facebook. We have already been treated to Season One of Don't Stop Walking, which is a pilgrim's guide to the Camino de Santiago. A handy... Continue Reading →

Astorga becomes Logrono….

I'm not naturally unpredictable but after a few days thinking, I have thrown a curveball at my plans for September. Alas, I have decided to shift the starting point of September Camino to La Rioja and Logrono. Logrono is a lovely city and like Astorga, there is plenty to see and do. I will have ten days... Continue Reading →

Thinking ahead…

September will see me on the Camino Frances for a seventh time. Eek! If you told me back in 2011 I would return to Spain for the following six years, I would look at you with wild disbelief! But yet, here I am and my mind is set on a return; this time walking from... Continue Reading →

New – The Celtic Camino

I reported this on my Facebook page yesterday but I realise a lot of my readers do not use Facebook. Yesterday, I went along to a talk given by the Camino Society of Ireland about a proposed Celtic Camino. There was a large crowd there and we had the attendance of the mayor of A... Continue Reading →

Ireland? Or Galicia?

Last weekend I took a trip westward to meet my good friends C and J. I have written a number of times about them after we met in 2013 outside a wet and windy Santo Domingo de la Calzada. Whenever we can we all meet up to reminisce, have a few cervezas and of course,... Continue Reading →

April becomes September..

So I posted before before Christmas that I had planned to walk from Leon to Santiago. I couldn't wait to heal up after my broken wrist, so I booked my flights and bought any other gear that I needed. There was much anticipation which is usually the case when I think about returning to Spain. I... Continue Reading →

2017..and something new!

So I've been thinking of creating a new series for this blog, and with the coming of the new year, there is no better time to start it then. I plan on uploading a photo a day starting from way back in 2011. I hope I won't be spamming my followers, but if that is... Continue Reading →

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