A walk across Spain
I've tried to capture the typical and essential sights along the trail in a photo journal, found at
You may not think you can do a walk like that, but I'm pretty sure you can. I'm an atheist basing my view of the world on science myself, so I had no inner, spiritual force carrying me forward, and I met several people in their 70s and 80s on the trail. True, they would walk slowly, but they got there in the end.
So there you have it, if you ever have a month or so of your life to spend on a really low-budget visit through Spain.
I see we found many of the same sights interesting.
I walked the walk in September. I chose this month because I hoped it wouldn't be to busy..
It turned out to be quit busy anyway, but I was very happy about this. In the end,for me, the Camino was about the people!
I can only agree with you on the fact that anyone can do the walk. Just take it slow.
I've met so many extraordinairy people along the way.
From a women who was scheduled for chemo therapy and decided to walk to Santiago instead to a man walking barefoot with a vow of silence.
Walking the camino is such an eye opening experience to different ways of life.
It's a road where life and cultures intersect. I really learned that there is no right or wrong way to life your life.. There is only different.
I made a short HD documentary of my experience on my video blog.
If your doubting to do the camino or not? This video will hopefully inspire you to make this wonderfull walk!
A Video Blog as I Travel the World
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