Category Archives: Miscellany

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Arriving in Santiago de Compostela – The end of the road

NOTE:  My apologies for getting this last segment finished a month after I actually arrived in Santiago.  My time away is paid for dearly with piles of work once I get back home.  So here it is, finally. Saturday, September … Continue reading

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Caldas de Reis to Padron

Thursday, September 27. As always we are up and out, today to Padron and Hostal Flavia, just at the south edge of town, a block before a huge fresh market with the smell of fish everywhere. Even fresh fish has … Continue reading

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Viale do Castelo and then on my feet again

NOTE: Forgot to track my distance on the 16th. 13.9 km. MONDAY – September 17. Up at a decent hour from our room in the green hotel, and Ria had already scouted out a bakery for tea and crumpets. She … Continue reading

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Camino Portugues 2018 and Barcelona beyond . . .

BEGINNING – Friday – September 14, 2018 Well, actually, I began yesterday with an afternoon flight from Denver to Newark, connecting to Porto, Portugal. The only complication came at the beginning, since I had carefully packed my walking sticks, collapsed … Continue reading

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Tomorrow . . . it’s lift off!

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 It’s nearly midnight, but I just want to keep my momentum going . . . my pack is stuffed, my Barcelona suitcase is  ready to go, and I promise myself I’m going to bed.  Flight to … Continue reading

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Next up . . . Camino Portugues!

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 – It’s been a long time since I have written anything on this site, but tonight is a night for an announcement.  I just made my reservation for Camino #3, but this time from Porto to … Continue reading

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After A Month’s Reflection . . .

Tuesday, November 17, 2015 I left Spain just a bit more than a month ago, and flew directly to Italy for another 12 days, but even then I was writing about things to consider after I returned home.  My initial … Continue reading

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