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2019 Camino Guides

Your Favourite Things About the Camino?

Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2005, 2017) Camino Portguese 2018
#1
7 of my favourite things about the camino in my latest blog post... what are yours?
  1. The locals that tell you their life story even if you explain you don’t speak their language. Happened to me on a bench (on my first camino before I learned Spanish) near Hospital del Orbigo. I didn’t understand a word he said but remembered him forever and it was people like him that made me want to learn Spanish.
  2. The redolent Eucalyptus woods in Galicia.
  3. Eating lunch slumped against the stump of a tree.
  4. The release of inner peace wishing passing pilgrims “buen camino.”
  5. Seeing a yellow arrow when you thought you were lost.
  6. Cutting straight to the deep and meaningfuls with people you might not normally even say hello to on your local street.
  7. Walking as the sun rises and reads the fading moon a bed time story.
What are favourite your things?

[ivar edited the post to include the post that is linked below]

https://caminosantiagoblogcom.wordpress.com/blog/
 
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Camino(s) past & future
Frances, autumn/winter; 2004, 2005-2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
#2
One favorite camino concept is that normal daily complexity can be minimized. --

For example on every camino there are stretches which seem to be in another world. Past are the hoards of camera-clicking tourists and/or pilgrims as well as any urbane atmosphere with a bar at every corner. All is reduced to simple basics; I am alone on a seemingly endless gravel path beneath the vast dome of an immense sky. The only sound is the companionable crunch of my boots and perhaps distant birdsong.

Happily while tramping along and alone I often sensed that special moment when everything 'clicks' realizing that this was, indeed, MY way and that all was and would be good. ...Perhaps such secular transcendence felt while walking might be akin to what runners call 'the zone'. Your body can handle the task while your spirit glows with the effort. Neither easy, nor impossible; all simply is. ...Thus, thankfully you continue.
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#9
A joyous day, finally off the blood pressure medication so I offer you this:

Dewdrops on noses and blisters on toes-es
Bed bugs and cooties that in-fest my clothes-es
Split open booties all tied up with string
These are a few of my least favourite things

Snoring perigrinos with bad smelling wool socks
People who bounce and make my bunk bed rock
Using their flashlights to go to the loo
These are things that I hate too!

E-arly risers who rustle plas-tic bags
People who think they can sneak-smoke a quick fag
Two AM knockers just trying to get in
These are a few of my least favourite things

Freezing cold showers and nowhere to dry clothes
People who sit and unashamedly pick toes
Long sleepless nights that turn swift into day
These are experiences found on the Way

When the dog bites, When the mossie stings
When I'm get-ting mad
I simply remember it’s another 600k
And then I don't feel so bad!
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2015); Camino Norte/Primitivo (2016); Camino Frances (2017); Le Puy (June 2018)
#13
I'm torn between doing my next Camino in repurposed curtains, storm-trooper jackboots or dressed as a nun.
"Look there daddy, do you see, there's a man in a tuxedo."
"No that's not what it is at all, that's an animal people call a penguin."
"I see, but it still looks like a man in a tuxedo, to me."
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016). Seville-Astorga (Mar 2017). Mozarabe (Apr-May 2018)
#15
7 of my favourite things about the camino in my latest blog post... what are yours?:)
https://wordpress.com/post/caminosantiagoblogcom.wordpress.com/95
For some reason, that link doesn't take me to your blog, either. One thing you can do is to put your blog address in your signature. Then, when you post with information on various threads, if people are interested they can go to your blog and follow it or just occasionally visit. (That way it also seems less like self-promotion.)
 

cathn

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Completed one 550 Miile and six partial caminos
#17

Morgan Holmes

Every day is a path to walk.
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances to Santiago from SJPDP (2014); Fromistá to Santiago (2018).
#19
Many people dislike the clicking sound of the trekking poles, but post-Camino #1 my poles became a part of my daily life. I have soft points on my "flik" poles, so they make a more tapping than clicking sound, but I find either to be quite reassuring: it is the sound of my body carrying myself into my own future. It is the removal of anxiety and self-doubt...

That's the lasting gift.... that even if I am often quite alone in practical application, I am not incapable.

But my favourite things on Camino are absolutely:

Atapuerca and the Museum of Human evolution.

Knowing that I not only walked "over" the Pyrenees, but also the Galician range from Astorga to Santiago.

Being able to remind Dear Spouse that I love him so much I returned to the Meseta just to meet him there and join his walk to SdC.

Walking from darkness into dawn at any point on the CF. (I hope to experience this on the CdN and CP as well).

Enjoying the company of Dear Spouse on my second trek... not least of all because he knows how to extract from the locals their willingness to share unique foods that may be specific to the farm next door to the tavern. (I'm too shy to ask...)

The discovery of a relatively unknown grape. Yes, "Godello"... I'm thinking of you.

The amazing beauty of the elderly Galician women in their many layers of clothing and old men's shoes with several layers of sock as they bring wheelbarrows of vegetables in from their fields.

Returning to my bed-bug free home, my cats, my kid, my garden, my students, my research.... will the revitalized body and mind that Camino provides for me.

And the one thing I don't like on Camino -- drunken mansplaining blowhards at dinner who attempt to tell repeat peregrinas what the "true meaning" of the pilgrimage must be.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2005, 2017) Camino Portguese 2018
#20
For some reason, that link doesn't take me to your blog, either. One thing you can do is to put your blog address in your signature. Then, when you post with information on various threads, if people are interested they can go to your blog and follow it or just occasionally visit. (That way it also seems less like self-promotion.)
Thanks for the heads up:) I shall do that from now on. Wasn't aware of the norms. Am now:) currently doings 20 press ups as punishment.
 
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Meggins

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances - One complete St.J.P.P to Santiago plus twice more for 500km each time.
#21
The feeling of freedom above all.

Funniest moment -- on a day trip to Finisterre from Santiago waiting with others at bus stop for return. A man who turned out to be from Romania struck up a conversation with me. Opening gambit "so, did you burn your underwear?? .........totally innocent and polite. We had a great conversation thence as I stifled (with difficulty) a fit of inward giggles. Thinking that anywhere else I would have given him 'the look' and moved away - but this was an appropriate and memorable Camino moment that I still giggle at!

I think I have a yen to return again in September 2019
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Francis, Fall 2016
#22
7 of my favourite things about the camino in my latest blog post... what are yours?
  1. The locals that tell you their life story even if you explain you don’t speak their language. Happened to me on a bench (on my first camino before I learned Spanish) near Hospital del Orbigo. I didn’t understand a word he said but remembered him forever and it was people like him that made me want to learn Spanish.
  2. The redolent Eucalyptus woods in Galicia.
  3. Eating lunch slumped against the stump of a tree.
  4. The release of inner peace wishing passing pilgrims “buen camino.”
  5. Seeing a yellow arrow when you thought you were lost.
  6. Cutting straight to the deep and meaningfuls with people you might not normally even say hello to on your local street.
  7. Walking as the sun rises and reads the fading moon a bed time story.
What are favourite your things?

[ivar edited the post to include the post that is linked below]

https://caminosantiagoblogcom.wordpress.com/blog/
The transformation between SJPP and Santiago.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2005, 2017) Camino Portguese 2018
#24
The feeling of freedom above all.

Funniest moment -- on a day trip to Finisterre from Santiago waiting with others at bus stop for return. A man who turned out to be from Romania struck up a conversation with me. Opening gambit "so, did you burn your underwear?? .........totally innocent and polite. We had a great conversation thence as I stifled (with difficulty) a fit of inward giggles. Thinking that anywhere else I would have given him 'the look' and moved away - but this was an appropriate and memorable Camino moment that I still giggle at!

I think I have a yen to return again in September 2019
In any other walk of life it could an incriminating sentence. But on the camino, a quirky yet perfectly valid question! So... did you?
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2005, 2017) Camino Portguese 2018
#27
Many people dislike the clicking sound of the trekking poles, but post-Camino #1 my poles became a part of my daily life. I have soft points on my "flik" poles, so they make a more tapping than clicking sound, but I find either to be quite reassuring: it is the sound of my body carrying myself into my own future. It is the removal of anxiety and self-doubt...

That's the lasting gift.... that even if I am often quite alone in practical application, I am not incapable.

But my favourite things on Camino are absolutely:

Atapuerca and the Museum of Human evolution.

Knowing that I not only walked "over" the Pyrenees, but also the Galician range from Astorga to Santiago.

Being able to remind Dear Spouse that I love him so much I returned to the Meseta just to meet him there and join his walk to SdC.

Walking from darkness into dawn at any point on the CF. (I hope to experience this on the CdN and CP as well).

Enjoying the company of Dear Spouse on my second trek... not least of all because he knows how to extract from the locals their willingness to share unique foods that may be specific to the farm next door to the tavern. (I'm too shy to ask...)

The discovery of a relatively unknown grape. Yes, "Godello"... I'm thinking of you.

The amazing beauty of the elderly Galician women in their many layers of clothing and old men's shoes with several layers of sock as they bring wheelbarrows of vegetables in from their fields.

Returning to my bed-bug free home, my cats, my kid, my garden, my students, my research.... will the revitalized body and mind that Camino provides for me.

And the one thing I don't like on Camino -- drunken mansplaining blowhards at dinner who attempt to tell repeat peregrinas what the "true meaning" of the pilgrimage must be.

Walking to the clicks of the sticks and poles is like dancing to the beat of a song. Totally get it;)
 

ELHS220

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Francés - 2015
Francés - 2017
Norte (Oviedo Costa) - 2018
Finisterre/Muxía - 2018
#28
Doing the reading(s) in Spanish at Mass. In 2015, 16 times; in 2017, 47 times; in 2018, 37 times. Grand total: 100. Eleven of these were in the Cathedral. I wonder if this might be some kind of Camino record. Most of these I managed to video.
 

Jodean

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
22 Sept. to 21 Oct. 2015, Pamplona to Santiago
6-23.04 Porto to Santiago 2018
17.09-30.09 CF 2018
#29
Sunrises day after day, misty mornings, sunsets, the zillion stars I never get to see in Frankfurt, the rustling of the leaves in the forests, the bird songs, the bells on the horses, sheep and cows.

Friendship and the laughter.

Knowing I finally made it over those Pyrenees!
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#30
Doing the reading(s) in Spanish at Mass. In 2015, 16 times; in 2017, 47 times; in 2018, 37 times. Grand total: 100. Eleven of these were in the Cathedral. I wonder if this might be some kind of Camino record. Most of these I managed to video.
WOW! I was offer the opportunity to read a lesson in English but the thought of standing there with all those people watching . . . gulp! So I turned it down :(
 

Davey Boyd

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Seven Compostelas in Three years and counting......
#31
My favorite thing is my fellow pilgrims.

I had just met an old lady who had been walking for eight years, when I asked her why she said 'because of you'.

At a church on the Le Puy route there was a tourist board explaining the pilgrimage. At the bottom it said 'Some walk to find themselves only to find each other'.

I didn't understand these things until nearly at Santiago that first time. Now I do.

Each pilgrim is both a teacher and a pupil.

Buen Camino!
Davey
 

Meggins

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances - One complete St.J.P.P to Santiago plus twice more for 500km each time.
#33
In any other walk of life it could an incriminating sentence. But on the camino, a quirky yet perfectly valid question! So... did you?
Nope! As I told him - an odd stinky sock - don't know where its partner went!! --)
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#34
Nope! As I told him - an odd stinky sock - don't know where its partner went!! --)
Where DO lost Camino socks go to die? Is there some mythical place like an elephants' graveyard?
I once snagged a sock on day two of a Camino and threw it away leaving me with 5 socks or 10 pairs to choose from . . . ;) one pair of which, I now notice, I wore on today's walk.
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#37
Chocolate y churros at La Radio cafe in SdC (near the market) - I can just about abstain until I get there.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Santiago to Finisterre to Muxia 2013
Camino Frances May 2015
Camino Frances July 2017
#38
Chocolate y churros at La Radio cafe in SdC (near the market) - I can just about abstain until I get there.
You're a better man than me. My breakfasts across Northern Spain transitions from mostly croissants for the first week maybe, then churros make their first appearance in Burgos but are dominated by tortilla until final week blowout.

And to stay on topic, my first hour of walking each day before breakfast as the world is waking up and everything including me is still fresh and full of possibility is certainly up there as one of my favourite things on camino.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Frances, Ingles, VdP, San Salvador, Aragonese, sections of Northern, Portuguese, Mozarabic.
#40
  • Time to think, process, slow down, and make sense of my thoughts, emotions and life.
  • The sense of autonomy, resilience, perseverance and accomplishment.
  • Movement forward - each day's a new experience, an adventure.
  • Every moment there is something different to look at and experience.
  • It's a whole amazing, exotic country, so different to where I come from, so easy to get to.
  • The constant changing scenery, the history, the buildings.
  • The wine, the food, the prices.
  • The friendly locals.
  • The photo opportunities.
  • The good friends I've made, the people I hope to meet.
  • Being outside, the exercise.
  • I am so fortunate to have these experiences.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Francis, Fall 2016
#41
7 of my favourite things about the camino in my latest blog post... what are yours?
  1. The locals that tell you their life story even if you explain you don’t speak their language. Happened to me on a bench (on my first camino before I learned Spanish) near Hospital del Orbigo. I didn’t understand a word he said but remembered him forever and it was people like him that made me want to learn Spanish.
  2. The redolent Eucalyptus woods in Galicia.
  3. Eating lunch slumped against the stump of a tree.
  4. The release of inner peace wishing passing pilgrims “buen camino.”
  5. Seeing a yellow arrow when you thought you were lost.
  6. Cutting straight to the deep and meaningfuls with people you might not normally even say hello to on your local street.
  7. Walking as the sun rises and reads the fading moon a bed time story.
What are favourite your things?

[ivar edited the post to include the post that is linked below]

https://caminosantiagoblogcom.wordpress.com/blog/
Rising early in the morning and walking in the dark. Yes, it can sometimes be a little unsettling but looking at the starry heavens and watching the sun rise . . . well, its pretty darn special
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF September (2018)
#42
7 of my favourite things about the camino in my latest blog post... what are yours?
  1. The locals that tell you their life story even if you explain you don’t speak their language. Happened to me on a bench (on my first camino before I learned Spanish) near Hospital del Orbigo. I didn’t understand a word he said but remembered him forever and it was people like him that made me want to learn Spanish.
  2. The redolent Eucalyptus woods in Galicia.
  3. Eating lunch slumped against the stump of a tree.
  4. The release of inner peace wishing passing pilgrims “buen camino.”
  5. Seeing a yellow arrow when you thought you were lost.
  6. Cutting straight to the deep and meaningfuls with people you might not normally even say hello to on your local street.
  7. Walking as the sun rises and reads the fading moon a bed time story.
What are favourite your things?

[ivar edited the post to include the post that is linked below]

https://caminosantiagoblogcom.wordpress.com/blog/
1/Hiking in the dark of early morning under only the light of a full moon
2/having the person i hiked with a little bit meet up with me days later and hug me like i was a long lost childhood friend
3/seeing the best of humanity, because we are all showing only our relaxed best on the Way
4/ drfinately the lemon beer!
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF SJPdP to SdC
(May 2015)
CF Sarria to SdC
(May 2016)
CF SJPDP-SdC
(Apr/May 2018)
VdlP (2020)
#43
7 of my favourite things about the camino in my latest blog post... what are yours?
  1. The locals that tell you their life story even if you explain you don’t speak their language. Happened to me on a bench (on my first camino before I learned Spanish) near Hospital del Orbigo. I didn’t understand a word he said but remembered him forever and it was people like him that made me want to learn Spanish.
  2. The redolent Eucalyptus woods in Galicia.
  3. Eating lunch slumped against the stump of a tree.
  4. The release of inner peace wishing passing pilgrims “buen camino.”
  5. Seeing a yellow arrow when you thought you were lost.
  6. Cutting straight to the deep and meaningfuls with people you might not normally even say hello to on your local street.
  7. Walking as the sun rises and reads the fading moon a bed time story.
What are favourite your things?

[ivar edited the post to include the post that is linked below]

https://caminosantiagoblogcom.wordpress.com/blog/
The Simplicity of Camino life............
Somehow it feels like that is what life is supposed to be like......
 
Camino(s) past & future
2015 Frances, 2017 Frances, (2019 ???)
#44
A joyous day, finally off the blood pressure medication so I offer you this:

Dewdrops on noses and blisters on toes-es
Bed bugs and cooties that in-fest my clothes-es
Split open booties all tied up with string
These are a few of my least favourite things

Snoring perigrinos with bad smelling wool socks
People who bounce and make my bunk bed rock
Using their flashlights to go to the loo
These are things that I hate too!

E-arly risers who rustle plas-tic bags
People who think they can sneak-smoke a quick fag
Two AM knockers just trying to get in
These are a few of my least favourite things

Freezing cold showers and nowhere to dry clothes
People who sit and unashamedly pick toes
Long sleepless nights that turn swift into day
These are experiences found on the Way

When the dog bites, When the mossie stings
When I'm get-ting mad
I simply remember it’s another 600k
And then I don't feel so bad!
Excellante mis amigo!!!

Peace be with you.
 

TaraWalks

Peregrina without a skateboard
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2016 & 2018, planning for Le Puy 2019/2020ish and for some shorter Caminos stacked
#46
Not necessarily in this order:

1. Tortilla and cafe con leche for breakfast at any opportunity.
2. Museum of Human Evolution
3. Simplicity of walking and checking out from everyday pressures.
4. Looking back and seeing the sunrise behind you and the following golden hour reflected on the hay bales of the Meseta.
5. My sister and my partner taking the plunge and walking with me during my 2xCFs.
6. Planning my next Camino
 

JillGat

la tierra encantada
Camino(s) past & future
C. Frances
SJPP - Finisterre - Muxia, May 2016
C. Frances, Sept 2017
Via de La Plata (spring, 2019)
#49
7 of my favourite things about the camino in my latest blog post... what are yours?
  1. The locals that tell you their life story even if you explain you don’t speak their language. Happened to me on a bench (on my first camino before I learned Spanish) near Hospital del Orbigo. I didn’t understand a word he said but remembered him forever and it was people like him that made me want to learn Spanish.
  2. The redolent Eucalyptus woods in Galicia.
  3. Eating lunch slumped against the stump of a tree.
  4. The release of inner peace wishing passing pilgrims “buen camino.”
  5. Seeing a yellow arrow when you thought you were lost.
  6. Cutting straight to the deep and meaningfuls with people you might not normally even say hello to on your local street.
  7. Walking as the sun rises and reads the fading moon a bed time story.
What are favourite your things?

[ivar edited the post to include the post that is linked below]

https://caminosantiagoblogcom.wordpress.com/blog/
I love all these! I love that you spent time on the bench with the man and listened to his story. Sometimes it doesn't matter if you understand the words. I just love that and wish more people wouldn't let lack of language make them shy. The locals are wonderful. I met a woman in a very small village who was 96, the village elder. She was sitting in a chair outside her door, smiling and saying Buen Camino to everybody as they passed. She gave me an orange and said, "Some elderly people are lonely. Not me. I make hundreds of new friends every day!"

One of my favorite things is the simplicity of my pack and my routine and all the other minutia I don't have to think and worry about while I'm walking. Why can't we live like that always?

I love how good I feel, walking all day. The exercise and being out of doors.

Passing through and entering a whole new landscape every day.
 

JillGat

la tierra encantada
Camino(s) past & future
C. Frances
SJPP - Finisterre - Muxia, May 2016
C. Frances, Sept 2017
Via de La Plata (spring, 2019)
#50
Hearing the unmistakeable sound of a cuckoo from a distant wood calling to it's mate in the early morning .
They say "cuckoo" so clearly, like someone doing an imitation of a cuckoo, but it's the real thing.
 
Camino(s) past & future
**CAMINO FRANCES: LEON-SANTIAGO sept. (2015)
**CAMINO FRANCES SJPP-SANTIAGO 2017
#51
Uuufff!!! El Camino made wonders in my life, but during my walk, back in September 2015, the greatest gift was not needing any “extras”, just my backpack, clothes and getting to the next place, which I knew it was going to be full of surprises, nice people, great food and a shower. Getting ready fot the next journey, the great dialogues with myself as I listened to my steps and the sound of birds and wind. Nothing is comparable to El Camino. So this next April I have a date in SJPDP with my great friend again...EL CAMINO !!!!
Buen Camino a todos !!!!
 

Madge464

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
future: Camino Frances starting in Sept.(2018)
#52
My favorite part was walking and then talking to people from all over the world. We are all alike in more ways than not. We have the same needs. I loved this! I was amazed at the kindness of others, the concern, and how easy people smiled.
 
Camino(s) past & future
2015 Frances, 2017 Frances, (2019 ???)
#53
Where DO lost Camino socks go to die? Is there some mythical place like an elephants' graveyard?
I once snagged a sock on day two of a Camino and threw it away leaving me with 5 socks or 10 pairs to choose from . . . ;) one pair of which, I now notice, I wore on today's walk.
They do not die. They patiently wait under your bed.
You are a light sleeper I hope.

Peace be with you.
 

DevereUx

Devereaux
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sept-Oct 2018
#54
Silence.
Where or when did you experience silence like you did before dawn on the Meseta with only you and a million stars?
 

Anamiri

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances
#55
That sky. The immenseness (spell check tells me thats not a word, but I'm sticking with it) of it.
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#56
That sky. The immenseness (spell check tells me thats not a word, but I'm sticking with it) of it.
Pah! What does spellcheck know? A perfectly good word and I shall strive to use it in conversation at least once today. ;)
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2014)
Via Francigena (Lucca to Rome) (2017)
Kumano Kodo (2018)
#57
1. My first night on the Camino at Refuge Orisson, sitting at dinner and conversing with people from all over the world.
2. Walking up towards Col de Lepoeder and feeling for the first time that I was going to make it over the Pyrenees and all the way to Santiago de Compostela - I believed I could do it before I started, but that was the first moment I knew I would do it.
3. Attending my first pilgrims mass at Roncesvalles.
4. My morning routine of walking about five kilometres or so to the first town with a cafe open to have a coffee and a nice fat slice of big fluffy potato pancake.
5. The many, many lovely people I met and talked with as I walked, whether I spoke with them for ten minutes or walked with them for days.
6. The many, many meals shared with my fellow pilgrims.
7. Walking around O'Cebreiro at night and then lying in bed listening to the wild winds whipping the walls of where I was staying.
8. Galicia in general - the Pyrenees and the Basque Country were great, as were Pamplona and Leon and Burgos and Astorga, but the best was certainly saved for last.
9. Walking into the Praza de Obradoiro and feeling the euphoria of knowing I had done what I had set out to do, and feeling a confidence in myself I had never felt before. I would never have done any of the treks I have done since if I hadn't done the Camino :)
 

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