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Final update from home

nononemeth

www.theworldthroughmyglasses.org
Camino(s) past & future
May 2019
Hey there Guys,

So the Camino ended quite a while ago. I'm coming back to reality slowly. It was an amazing, life-changing experience in so many ways. Although it had its ups and downs for sure. with injuries, blisters, open wounds, achilles tendon, the need of new shoes, and backpack in the middle of nowhere, rainstorm, no free Albergue, and everything that could've happened it literally happened.

I decided to write a blog about my Camino stories and I will share all the info that is possible,

Please take a look if you are interested or still in the planning mode of your Camino... Or if you walked it already but wanna have few nostalgic minutes


https://theworldthroughmyglasses.org/

would love some feedback if you guys have a chance

Buen Camino :)

Noemi
 

FSP

Member
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Frances(13)
Portuguese & Finisterre(16)
Norte & Muxia(18)
Olvidado&Salvador&Primitivo(20??)
Great Blog, brings back a lot of memories and reminds me of some of the same issues I fought through.
Frank
 

Anita Kulp

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Hope to walk in 2016.
Noemi I have yet to even plan my first CF, and I am enjoying your writing style and photographs. You have a real photographer's eye. I hope you continue to post the rest of the trip. It's great to read the ongoing experiences each day, blisters and all. Can't wait for the next installment.
 

tomjane40

Jane S
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sept 2017
Camino Frances Sept 2020
Hey there Guys,

So the Camino ended quite a while ago. I'm coming back to reality slowly. It was an amazing, life-changing experience in so many ways. Although it had its ups and downs for sure. with injuries, blisters, open wounds, achilles tendon, the need of new shoes, and backpack in the middle of nowhere, rainstorm, no free Albergue, and everything that could've happened it literally happened.

I decided to write a blog about my Camino stories and I will share all the info that is possible,

Please take a look if you are interested or still in the planning mode of your Camino... Or if you walked it already but wanna have few nostalgic minutes


https://theworldthroughmyglasses.org/

would love some feedback if you guys have a chance

Buen Camino :)

Noemi
I loved your first day! So much like ours. We did spend the night in Orisson, but had sleet and rain up and over the Pyrenees...and, took the walk through the woods like you did. You brought back some great memories for me.
 

AndrewDavOz

Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances 2019
Yes every blog that shows those pics around Pamplona and other places brings back good memories. Thanks
 

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