Category Archives: Kayola/Orisson

The Roof Over My Head: Albergues, Hostals, and Hotels on the Camino – Part 1

July 13, 2014 An annotated directory for myself and other travelers This list has information as clear as I can find it after the fact, as well as occasional comments about an exceptional or highly recommended place (**). In general, … Continue reading

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To Roncesvalles and . . .

September 2, 2013 Monday . . . the big push.  At the time, I think it will be the biggest push, but as I view the walk after the first six days, I see that I am mistaken.  But that … Continue reading

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Okay, Now We Really Begin . . .

Dear all: Though I imagined that each day I’d walk and each night I’d write and post, it just doesn’t turn out that way.  While there is often internet, rarely is there a plug for a recharge on the computer,  … Continue reading

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