Camino de Santiago: Camino Frances: Part One

In October 2011 I completed a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella in Spain, following the ancient path called the Camino Frances.  My journey took approximately 36 days with rest days along the way.  I will attempt, through a few humorous blogs and photographs to convey the spirit and beauty of this incredible route, without dwelling on the spiritual aspect of the walk.

Part One is an introduction to the pilgrimage and what it is all about.  It can also be found by clicking on the Trips tab above.

The Camino has a surreal quality

 

2 thoughts on “Camino de Santiago: Camino Frances: Part One

  1. Jill Kinahan

    Thank you Jane, for this entertaining, informative and thought-provoking description of your experience on the Camino. I have loved reading it all, but especially appreciated Part One with explanation of what it is all about, and the concluding part, where you reflect on some of the info given in Part One.I want more than ever to be a pilgrim on this route one day.

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    1. Jane Post author

      Thank you very much Jill for your kind comments. If I spur even one person on to walk the Camino I will be so happy (and so will they!) Good luck with your plans to walk it one day.

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