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  1. Kimberley Hall

    Life as a forever Pilgrim...

    When I was told walking the Camino di Santiago would change my life, you can’t blame me for having my doubts. That’s a very bold statement. I consider myself to be quite a conscious person. Awake to the separations of society, aware of thoughts distinguishable from the soul and filtered to the...
  2. E

    When in Santiago...

    Hi everyone! I can't believe it but I'm sitting here 20km from Santiago after walking the Camino del Norte and the Camino Primitivo. I'm ready for the final stretch tomorrow and needless to say it's exciting times! My plan is to carry on walking to Muxia and then across ending in Finisterre but...
  3. Jakke

    Notes to self after my Camino

    Background: I walked the Camino Portugues in September/October of 2016. It was dry all the way. In Pedron the doctor stopped me ("Please, do come back next year -- with better shoes!"). So I bought new shoes and broke them in by going by train to Coimbra and seeing that city. No success. So...


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