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A personal journey along the Camino de Santiago

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18th of May – En Route to Terradillos

18th of May – En Route to Terradillos

Rob The Traveller

Almost Halfway on the Camino de Santiago Leaving Carrion   Long section without water   Oasis   Oasis 2   A long straight road…   First Village   Where is the cafe?   I finally made it   Resting place for tonight   A pilgrim’s work is never...

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18th of May – Almost Halfway to Santiago

18th of May – Almost Halfway to Santiago

Rob The Traveller

The walk today will be a bit of a challenge for many reasons. It’s almost 27 kilometers and I’m finding my comfortable distance is 20-22 kilometers so I know I’ll be pushing the last section. Also the weather forecast is for 28 degrees, and a very high probability of rain. And to add to that, this is the section where the first village and water stop is 17 kilometers.

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16th of May – To Fromista

16th of May – To Fromista

Rob The Traveller

Across the Meseta – Castrojeriz to Fromista The start of the days walk was up a fairy steep hill onto the Meseta with a great view back over Castrojeriz. Leaving Castrojeriz   Looking back over Castrojeriz   Pilgrims along the Way – Sarah and Chris   That Bridge?   Camino Route Map   Meeting Melbourne Rob   Camino Crop...

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11th of May – From Belorado to Atapuerca

11th of May – From Belorado to Atapuerca

Rob The Traveller

A Long Camino Day Lots of stops to let my feet breath.  Lots of water.  But a very long and hot day.  The last 2 kms along a road seemed to take an age and really hammered my Achilles 🙁   Leaving Hotel in Belorado   Setting out from Belorado   Coming to first village   Nothing Open   A Third of the Way   Roman road surface   Villa Franca Montes de Orca   Water Fountain   Resting feet   Better not be a picnic   San Juan   Are we there yet?   At last…..to...

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10th of May – Down to Belorado

10th of May – Down to Belorado

Rob The Traveller

This morning was a different start, because I was able to have a nice breakfast in the parador in which I had been staying. But it didn’t feel the same, because I was in a dining room full of aging American pilgrims who seem to be doing the Camino via bus.

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