Top 6 Camino Lessons (Worth Taking Into Real Life)
I’m back, baby! On November 5, after nearly two months abroad, I flew home to the States. This officially-officially marks the end of my Camino de Santiago and the beginning of the readjustment to “real life.” Since I’m fresh off
I arrived in Santiago de Compostela, the official end of the Camino de Santiago, on October 19. So, I guess I’m done…? Seven days later I’m still trying to figure out where the end is and what it means.
Help, I’m in a love bubble and I can’t get out. It’s day 28 on the Camino de Santiago, and a lot has changed. For one thing, the thick, viscous time I wrote about in the last post has shifted,
Hello everybody from Rabé de Calzadas, España. I’m posting this from a picnic table in front of the Albergue I’ll be sleeping in tonight, but It was written in Burgos during my extended (amazing, luxurious) stay there. In this post