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Camino de Santiago

August 2018 - February 2020
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  • Day58


    October 17, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    This is it!! The end of my journey. But if you have to end a journey Badalona is a great place to do it. Its a s beach community six miles from downtown Barcelona. I’ve had a wonderful 5 days here.

  • Day55


    October 14, 2018 in Spain ⋅ 🌧 23 °C

    Back to where I began this journey. It’s been a terrific experience. I want to keep on doing things in the years I have left, while I’m physically able. The hard think about checking off items my bucket list is that I keep adding things/trips/challenges to it. In the meanwhile, I’m loving Barcelona

  • Day52


    October 11, 2018 in Portugal ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Just spent three days in Lisbon. It’s a beautiful city but big. Most of my time was spend on the subway. I think I’m starting to wear down from this trip. I wasn’t as energetic as usual and didn’t rush to see the sights as I did in other cities. I’ll have to come back to Lisbon. I’m about to get on a bus for little 15 hour ride to Barcelona. Hopefully I’ll sleep must of that time.Read more

  • Day45

    Another Great Day in Finisterre

    October 4, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    I’ve fallen love with this place. The Camino choose the best place for the end. I’m more relaxed today than I can ever remember. I talked to a lady today, my age, from Arizona, who just finished her eight Camino. And she’s planning another in the future. She told me that I’m hooked too and that I’ll be back for another Camino. We will see🤪Read more

  • Day44

    Finisterre, Spain.

    October 3, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    I’ve had just a wonderful day here in Finisterre. I just can’t believe how beautiful it is. The town, harbor, lighthouse and ocean are all so stunning. I’m a bit sad, my Camino is over. But I really do need the rest. I noticed today that my legs are slowing down.
    Finisterre was named by the Romans. It means “finis terrae” or the end of the earth. Most people now say the end of the world. In Roman timed it was the end of the world. You could go no further, until Columbus proved that the world was round.Read more