To say that the few days after I finished my Camino in Santiago were a “bummer” would be an understatement. I don’t know about you, but extreme nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, loneliness, lack of purpose, and your Dad’s flight being delayed by 56 hours (let’s face it, Norwegian Air, that’s a cancellation) is more than a […]Read More To Finisterre: Onwards and Upwards.
Since Special K and I parted ways in Melide (we call Drew ‘Special K’ because when he feels like crushing some kilometers he can be real special), I have really enjoyed my alone time on the Camino. After I posted my last blog in Melide, I took myself out for a meal – a NON […]Read More Days 31 & 32: Melide to Salceda to Monte del Gozo (AKA “Slow Down”)
We’re in the final stretch here. As I sit typing this, drinking a can of Estrella Galicia while ‘Modern Family’ plays on the albergue TV with dramatic Spanish dubbing, I have only 54 kilometers until Santiago. I’m ahead of schedule – as I’ve mentioned before, I wanted to jump a little ahead to avoid the […]Read More Day 30: Ventas de Narón to Meride (AKA “Time to Finish What I Started”)
I very sleepily conducted a Facebook live video the other night after posting the last blog here. I felt bad at first to look a little tired on camera, to maybe be a little slow in answering questions and a little embarrassed to realize that the alignment of the camera was off at first… but […]Read More Days 28 & 29: Samos to Ferreiros to Ventas de Narón (AKA “Take Time to Watch the Sunrise”)