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.
Yesterday morning I woke up late, around 7am, packed my backpack for the 33rd time, walked up to the top of Monte del Gozo to eat an orange and watch the sun come up behind me, then meandered down toward Santiago, my long-anticipated final destination. The entire walk, I just kept thinking to myself how […]Read More Day 33 & Post-Camino Depression: Monte del Gozo to Santiago de Compostela to Overjoyed to Sad (AKA “I See Why People Get Stuck in the Camino”)
One week ago, I was enjoying my Saturday and happily brewing beer in my apartment, excited for autumn… and feeling… good. Three days later, a new relationship that I was really excited about unfortunately came to an end (cue the tears and the tequila shots) and I suddenly realized that I was a woman who […]Read More Camino? Let’s Do This.