Monthly Archives: October 2017

Camino de Santiago – Day 27 (the final day)

Camino de Santiago – Day 27 Walked from: A Rúa (outskirts of Pedrozo) Walked to: Santiago de Compostela Date: 29 October 2017 Distance: 21.5km As I entered the old town of Santiago, approaching the very end of my 800km walk … Continue reading

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Camino de Santiago – Day 26

Camino de Santiago – Day 26 Walked from: Melide Walked to: A Rúa (outskirts of Pedrozo) Date: 28 October 2017 Distance: 33km     I walked quite a bit further than I intended to today. My mind kept on luring … Continue reading

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Camino de Santiago – Day 25

Camino de Santiago – Day 25 Walked from: Ventas de Narón Walked to: Melide Date: 27 October 2017 Distance: 27km Tonight I’m sleeping in a dorm room with four other people. They are all male, all in their late 30s … Continue reading

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Camino de Santiago – Day 24

Camino de Santiago – Day 24 Walked from: Marzán (near Leimán) Walked to: Ventas de Narón Date: 26 October 2017 Distance: 28km Another day of walking in notoriously rainy Galicia… under clear blue skies, through green pastureland, and along shady, … Continue reading

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Camino de Santiago – Day 23

Camino de Santiago – Day 23 Walked from: Triacastela Walked to: Marzán (near Leimán) Date: 24 October 2017 Distance: 25.5 km I’m in Galicia, which has a big reputation for rain. Lots and lots of rain. And what have I … Continue reading

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Camino de Santiago – Day 22

Camino de Santiago – Day 22 Walked from: Ambasmestas Walked to: Triacastela Date: 24 October 2017 Distance: 34km I didn’t mean to walk as far as I did today, but the walking was so bloody glorious that it was a … Continue reading

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Camino de Santiago – Day 21

Camino de Santiago – Day 21 Walked from: Cacabelos Walked to: Ambasmestas Date: 23 October 2017 Distance: 25km It’s got seriously beautiful since I hit the hills. I really enjoyed the dustiness of the Meseta, but how wonderful it is … Continue reading

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