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November 25, 2018

Upon entering the city of Santiago and reaching the cathedral of St. James, our first order of business was to make our way the the Pilgrim’s office. This is the office that issues the “Compestella” or certificate that shows that a pilgrim has completed the journey. 

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November 22, 2018

I could see the trail winding upwards, almost vertical. To add to the difficulty, it was a muddy mess. The trail was so narrow in places that I had to duck under branches while I looked for a foothold. I gave up and started using branches on the side to pull my way up....

November 12, 2018

The Camino de Santiago is not a nature trail. While some natural beauty can be found, there are many other trails in the world that offer better scenery. The Camino a spiritual experience. Many people walk the Camino as an opportunity to reflect on life, change, or jus...

November 4, 2018

Even though we had walked over 1100 kilometers it seemed that my upcoming rest day on the Camino de Santiago, was a moving target. We had originally planned to stay in Burgos for a zero day, since our last zero day in Pamplona (where we walked fifteen miles just being...

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