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  1. Reija

    While commuting home from work I saw a pilgrim taking a break by the Danube, I quickly put my...

    While commuting home from work I saw a pilgrim taking a break by the Danube, I quickly put my bike brakes on, jumped off the bike and had a chat. I have definitely turned into a Camino nut.
  2. Reija

    Long Hikes. . . Romance vs. Reality

    "They’ll sit at alpine lakes, have John Muir-like epiphanies, and become one with the universe." Off topic: Has anyone read John Muir's work? If so, which book was it and would you recommend it?
  3. Reija

    Where did you walk ( locally ) in 2019

    Wow, if that is your local walking grounds, Spain might be a slight disappointment. Fortunately, Camino is not only about the scenery.
  4. Reija

    Do THEY speak English ? Clues ? ?

    I like English and I like communicating in English and I will respond very quickly in English if I receive input on someone speaking English. So thank you for saying "Hello, Buen Camino". However, I don't carry this Brierley book. I carry a German Camino guide book. But I speak better English...
  5. Reija

    Comment by 'Reija' in media 'Approach to Pamplona'

    I remember liking the shadows cast by the railing. Nice.
  6. Reija

    Where did you walk ( locally ) in 2019

    The first day after Easter but I am still off from work and walked quite a nice stretch on Oberschwäbischer Jakobsweg in southern Germany. I have walked this before but because I had a friend visiting it was fun to walk again and show her eg the baroque church in Erbach.
  7. Reija

    Where did you walk ( locally ) in 2019

    I walked from home to Ulm Minster and from there on followed the camino to Grimmelfingen and then back home. It was about 17K. The weather is fantastic and I what was ever more special is that I had a friend visiting and we walked together. We have both walked Caminos but not together except for...
  8. Reija

    What city do you arrive in after 2 weeks of walking from SJPdP?

    I checked my credential. We made it to Carrion de los Condes. And it was lovely, after 13 days, your feet don't hurt that bad and the blisters are almost gone and the albergue of the Santo Espiritu was really nice.
  9. Just admit it - you also took a picture of this ancient tree.

    Just admit it - you also took a picture of this ancient tree.

    Sometime before Sarria, right? I am positive you also stopped to hug the tree or take a picture, right? My daughter and I sure did.
  10. The view from Larassoana albergue window

    The view from Larassoana albergue window

  11. Reija

    Your one picture that captures how you feel about being on the Camino!

    Yes, correct! The final down hill felt seemed to take an eternity.
  12. Pamplona

    Pamplona

  13. Perfect place for a pause

    Perfect place for a pause

  14. Sun kissed scenery

    Sun kissed scenery

  15. August colours

    August colours

  16. Catch your breath!

    Catch your breath!

  17. There is more traffic than just the pilgrims

    There is more traffic than just the pilgrims

  18. Where your Rioja wine comes from

    Where your Rioja wine comes from

  19. Lost in translation

    Lost in translation

    Bathe inside T.V. :)
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