That just says everything. Remember to judge yourself first, before saying or doing anything what could upset others. Good attitude will pay off in the future and you know it!sillydoll said:Remember that you are a guest in a foreign land. Set a good example for your country; be polite, tolerant, non judgemental, grateful for what you recieve and helpful to other pilgrims.
Minkey said:By walking in the dark, you're reducing the time you spend in the heat.
PS. Wouldn't rules and restrictions and other bureaucratic regimes make the Camino a bit more... well... Tame?
I think it´s up to pilgrims to police themselves and one another a bit more
Minky wrote:I'm still friends with people from all over the world from my Camino experiences. Some Spanish, French, Belgian, Dutch, some Americans.
Arn said:I wish it were otherwise
Kuba wrote:It the way HE wants us to go.