In Search of Santiago

A personal journey along the Camino de Santiago

Navigation Menu
Camino + 189 Days (6 months)

Camino + 189 Days (6 months)

Rob The Traveller

Not Much… I really enjoy looking back on this Blog. It brings back very clearly the emotions and feelings at the time I was walking. It’s also valuable to re-read the ‘Post Camino’ Blog posts, as it helps me assess where I was at, and where I thought I was heading…..against where I actually am now.

Read More
Pilgrim House in Santiago de Compostella

Pilgrim House in Santiago de Compostella

Rob The Traveller

For Pilgrims ending their Camino in Santiago, or indeed just passing through, then Pilgrim House is a welcome little Oasis for you. At the end of my first Camino I dropped in their to get some laundry done and discovered what a ‘gem’ it is.

Read More
Camino de Santiago Videos

Camino de Santiago Videos

Rob The Traveller

My Favourite Camino Videos There are some great Camino de Santiago videos that other Pilgrims have made and indeed some that inspired me to either walk the Camino or make my own videos. Here’s my own ‘series’. http://robscamino.com/camino-de-santiago-video-series/

Read More
The Post Camino Blues

The Post Camino Blues

Rob The Traveller

The Post Camino Blues are real for many people. So it makes sense to be ready for it…… I had read a lot about Pilgrims arriving in Santiago and going through a sense of loss. A ‘let down’ that their journey was over. As you will have read in my Blog I was ready for that, but didn’t experience it.

Read More
More Post Camino Reflections

More Post Camino Reflections

Rob The Traveller

It’s 107 days since I walked in to Santiago de Compostela, having departed from St Jean 40 days before. And I still reflect on my walk. Almost daily. I still follow the Camino of others on the Camino Forum. And now I’m thinking of my next Camino. But what has changed if anything? Am I just back into the daily grind? Or are there lasting Camino impacts?

Read More
How long should you walk for your Camino ?

How long should you walk for your Camino ?

Rob The Traveller

OK, OK. Everyone told me this would happen! Having said that walking one Camino was enough for me……..I’m now planning the next. This next one will be a ‘short’ walk of 100 kms from Sarria as my wife Pat wants to join me but she’s not physically capable of a longer one. Maybe we’ll share our journey on this blog too.

Read More
Page 1 of 2012345...Oldest »

Pin It on Pinterest