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  1. moldaviteman

    LIVE from the Camino The Way in March

    Hi, it was three years ago back in early 2012 that i attempted to walk The Way of St James to Santiago, i regularly reminisce as i am sure anyone who embarks on this mega long walk does. i will give you all the link to my blog below to see, read and hopefully enjoy for some the first and others...
  2. moldaviteman

    Toilet Paper along the way

    Im loving my walk towards Santiago and im also loving the nature and beautiful scenery but im wondering why so many pilgrims have to leave piles of toilet paper all along the path, it not only looks unsightly but i simply cannot understand why people cannot pick it up and take it with them to...
  3. moldaviteman

    The Walk

    :lol: Heres a link to my Blog, I started my Pilgrimage back in December 2011 and have split it into Three seperate walks, coming back to the UK in between each walk. The first was St Jean-pied-l-port to Logrono, then Logrono to Leon, i am heading back out to Spain again the 27th March 2012 to...
  4. moldaviteman

    LIVE from the Camino Camino in April 2012

    Hi im leaving the UK on the third leg of my pilgrimage to Santiago on the 27th March 2012 arriving in Madrid later that day then catching the train to Leon on the 28th and rejoining the path where i left it not so long ago.heres a link to my blog if anyones interested on my experiences and...
  5. moldaviteman

    Camino trail in December January 2012 live blog

    Hi just letting anyone thats interested the link to my live blog on the Camino trail,click the link follow it and comment if you like I hope to inspire and share knowledge gained along the way my link is. "Buen Camino"