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DAY 17: New Neighbours

My hair hung in limp clumps, escaping the loose hold of my bedazzled cap. The sun beat down upon us like Mongolian Tatars transcending the barrier of time to ruthlessly round up their victims. We struggled up the steep hills of the hectic highway, zigging and zagging from left toRead More

DAY 14: Sand Storms, Sea Spray and the Sanctuary of Santa Cruz de Bezana

I smiled in delight as my family and I waded into the crystal cold lapping waters that surrounded the buzzing city of Santander. I loved surprises and the stunning beach that had magically appeared from around the Camino de Santiago’s sandy bend was a perfect one. We had dropped ourRead More

DAY 1: The Day of Ups And Downs And Ups Again!

Today I began The Camino De Santiago del Norte. An 838 kilometre (520 Mile) coastal pilgrimage through the north of Spain also known as The Way of St James. The day had many surprises, twists and turns along the mountain paths, the city roads and I can most definitely sayRead More

MY CAMINO

Hello and Welcome to My Camino dedicated to our journey as a family on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela del Norte. The posts here are of our experiences, photos, and a collection of my thoughts and learnings as I walked ‘The Way’. It is for us a journey ofRead More

My Baker’s Dozen of Things to Do in BUDAPEST

Many are unaware of a certain jewel that resides in the centre of Europe, but for me, heritage, tradition, culture and history collide into this Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, Ottoman, Baroque, Classic, Romantic and Art Nouveau style city: Budapest, Hungary. Filled with a certain beauty, elegance, oddity and style, a remembranceRead More