1. Cash is King Rural Spain is a society of cash, card machines are not a thing, and if you don’t have Euros on you it makes…… Read more “10 Important Things to Know About El Camino de Santiago”
San Juan de Ortega to Burgos, Burgos to Hontanas Our arrival in San Juan de Ortega was a true relief, but we weren’t the last to drag…… Read more “El Camino Day 12 & 13 -Sunrises and Irish pubs”
Granon and San Juan de Ortega Another stunning sunrise for another day of walking, along the route we met a pair of Australian friends walking a section…… Read more “El Camino Day 10 & 11; Tuna Salad and the Longest 5km of My Life.”
Logrono and Najera A freight train forced my eyes open at five in the morning, or that was my assumption upon waking to the noise coming from…… Read more “El Camino Day 8 and 9: Snack Trees and Domestics”
Our second day on the El Camino Frances from Roncesvalles to Larrasoana
Day of walking our Camino Frances
Our Journey to Santiago was finally feeling like it might be underway as we got off the train in Saint Jean Pied de port, the most famous…… Read more “El Camino -To Saint Jean Pied de Port!”
Our amazing friends and tour guides took us too the coast for an amazing Sunday seafood feast.
we travelled form Paris to Nantes and were personally toured around the city and Bretagne coast..
Warning this post contains opinions!
my take on the lack of transparency around organic farming.