- Year of past OR future Camino
- Frances (2017), Primitivo (2019)
I LOVE this advice... you can walk appropriate sections with your son and rest when you need to. Every morning and evening you will be together on the Camino. No need to listen to any judgements. This may be the only time to go with your son and you should enjoy it, as you can. I suspect the mountainous sections will be wise to skip, in light of your serious knee injuries.De nada, Mary!
What about letting your son walking but you taking a public transport on steep sections (downhill mostly of course)? And while waiting for him enjoying architecture, the peace of all those old churches, visiting museums, enjoying the food. Or just lingering somewhere with a good read.
It's not your age the reason that you have to rush anything. On the contrary, it's your age you shouldn't or you may ruin your prospects for later! Anyway at 60's you're still a young gurl