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Hi everyone, especially those not on Facebook. It's been a while since I've been in contact, maybe as far back as Helsinki. Well for those of you who think I may have disappeared into the wilds of rural France, I am actually still walking and have only a few days to go before reaching the Pyranees. The walking has been tough but fabulous with some …
We left Leuven and headed south. We had a few stops along the way but knew we would be travelling for 5 consecutive days until we could settle in anywhere for more than one night. One of our stops was in Saint Jean Pied de Port to see our friend, Matt.
Saint Jean Pied de Port is the most common beginning of the Camino de Santiago. The Camino is a 700km pilgrimage from the southwest of France to the ...
... s economy the pilgrims bring a much appreciated boost to these areas. As such the locals are generally very welcoming with many "Buen Camino" greetings.
That's it for this blog entry. Just so ya know I will probably do the whole Camino pilgrimage over only a few blog entries with lots of pictures rather than regaling you with the many stories arising from this walk. After all, it is a walk like this that inspired Canterbury Tales which this is not!
... much else in my backpack, they still insisted on searching it. I accompanied Hannah for some last minute duty free shopping and then we played games on our phone until I had to board. Although meeting up with her seemed normal, like no time had passed, saying goodbye seemed a bit more permanent (even though it's only a bit over a month until I leave to visit her in Lyon). The flight to Paris passed by without note, although towards the end I ended ...
Yesterday was a long day of traveling and airports and waiting for connecting flights and then taking a taxi from Pamplona in Spain to St Jean Pied de Port in France to the starting point. At St Jean the main season for pilgrims leaving from here seems to be over as people walking the whole way to Santiago would only get there by beginning of November when there could possible be snow already. So not many other pilgrims around. We went around to ...