Constance’s Camino 2

Trudge

The first week or so of walking the Camino was very tiring, but we persevered…something pulled us forward.

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Estella

Many bridges were crossed, little villages passed through…

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Hontanas

…or stopped at…

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Yellow Arrow and Shell

…the way was clearly marked!

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Almond tree

There were lots of lovely places to rest, like this almond tree…

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Rocks

…and this pile of rocks by the side of the road…

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Hat

…and on my hat in the shade.

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Hot

The weather was sometimes hot…

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Fog

…sometimes cool…

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Camino

…and the road went on..

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Castrojerez

…and on!

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view

We had still many many more kilometers  of the Camino to walk at this point…I hope you are enjoying some of my favourite pictures from the trip!

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15 thoughts on “Constance’s Camino 2

  1. Be sure I enjoy so much… You take me into your stories, travels, events,…. and I love to be here always. Thank you so much, stay in safe and be careful, Love, nia

    • We found that by the distances were not so daunting when we just continued walking. Every step was that much further along the path! After a while, even the mountains didn’t seem like obstacles, just steeper paths.

  2. We are certainly enjoying each and every part of this extraordinary trip. How many miles did you end up walking? Constance was a wonderful travel companion.

    • We are enjoying the reminisce – it was an unforgettable overall experience, but we haven’t looked at the pictures or the diary for a while. It is a treat to do so with you!

    • It was a very long road! We kept thinking of all the thousands of people whose feet had taken the same steps, for spiritual or penitential reasons, all walking in hope. We were honoured to count ourselves among them for a while.

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