Day 30 - Arca

I am sitting in cold rainy Arca now… The day started a little bit later than normal, as we had only to complete 20 km today. So, we slept in until 6:30, packed up, and stayed in a café drinking…

Day 31 - Santiago de Compestella

I did it. We left Arca late this morning (late for the Camino that is) at about 7:30 or so. Things started badly as after about a kilometre on the road I noticed that I had left my satchel somewhere….

The Couple in Belorado

I thought people might be interested in this story. Keith and Kim both walk at a fast pace, they can´t seem to help it. This placed them in towns before most other walkers. When they arrived at Belorado, they were…

Day 32 - Bittersweet

I attended noon mass today. It was an exhausting event. I´m not sure why exactly, but fellow pilgrims have reported the same feeling. We went our own ways for the afternoon and I walked the streets of Santiago, looking at…

Day 33 - Finisterre

I have just arrived back in Santiago from Finisterre. I took the early bus to Finisterre. The bus wove up and down along the route up the coast to Cee. It then moved across the little mini-peninsula to Finisterre. The…

Michael: I will never again take a nine-hour overnight train without getting a berth. Peter warned me, but I wanted to save a few Euros. I figured how bad could it be. Well, the overnight trains from Santiago to Madrid…

I woke up this morning in a dark Madrid hotel. I washed and gathered my gear as quietly as I could, gave Sandy and the kids hugs and kisses, and headed out into pre-dawn Madrid. The sky was an amazing…

The streets are wonderfully small. We watched a mini van try to turn up the street we are living above. They had to fold the mirrors to squeeze through and even so, there was a scratch along one side. There´s…

We are still on the move. Sorry we have not had the chance to add any updates. We had a wonderful time in Jaen, Cordoba, and Sevilla. We hope to add some accounts of those travels soon, but most likely…