I read the blogs of quite a few peregrinos. In fact, I read all in the WordPress reader that have the Camino tag displayed- in English/ Afrikaans or Dutch. Sorry, no hablo Espanol…
As a pilgrim in 2011, this was one of the journeys that changed my life. And every time I see some photos of the Camino Frances between Léon and Santiago, it takes me back in my memories. Thanks for blogging about it!
May the pilgrims meals be good, and the blisters very small!
I forgot my hat on my very last day, in the coffee shop next to the highway, just underneath that last climb to the airport of Santiago… I really wish my hat was here in my office with me! But it decided to stay behind in Spain… oh well…
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I like your “take a mental enema.” Sounds a bit painful, though.:) I wish I could manage to do it. I fall asleep while being carried along on a tidal wave of thoughts and the day’s impressions.
I wish I could stop resisting sleep so much,..