Carpe Diem

Address: Enrique Privado 7, Alava, Basque, 01309, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Alava

        A new wind

        A travel blog entry by lisa.casey on Oct 05, 2015

        3 comments, 8 photos

        ... connection. The first town passed through was Granon, the town I'd hoped to stay in. It was recommended to me on the first day my Martin from Cologne who the thought I'd enjoy the communal parochial experience. But yesterday's journey brought us to Santo Domingo which is only a few miles away. So a quick trip into the church to see the beautiful rosette window in a modern style of a peregrino and a trip to the farmacia to buy compeed ...

        Listening to the Camino

        A travel blog entry by mrvilla6 on Sep 19, 2015

        4 photos

        ... wander round the village. All was good with the world! At a bar we met up with the Aussies and they warmly invited us to share their table. Keith also joined us and the sense of connection deepened.

        Later 9 of us sat round the kitchen table in the albergue. Sarah and Emanuel, our hosts, served another amazing wholesome meal. Though there was not one common language between us, everyone was included somehow.

        After ...

        On "The Way"

        A travel blog entry by camino.karen on Sep 04, 2015

        12 comments, 7 photos

        ... This amazing church was built by King Garcia III after his hunting falcon led him into a cave to discover a small carving of the Virgin Mary. The King decided that this carving was the reason the Christians defeated the Muslims. He then commissioned the building of this church over the cave. A monastery with Benedictine monks was added and 100 years of fighting between bishops and Popes over control ensued. Well, it is ...

        Santa Domingo to Belorado

        A travel blog entry by kimlevering on Jun 05, 2015

        5 photos

        ... 40 euros for the two packages; Jens said it would have cost about 8 in Germany. The second place we stopped was at an albergue run by two hippies. It was an amazing place, by donation only. We didn't realize this and went in and "ordered" two cokes. They were presented from a fridge and when we went to pay the man just pointed to a metal box that said "donations". Cool, we ended up paying more than we would have otherwise. ...

        We Found our Pace

        A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 11, 2015

        22 photos

        ... Conversations are flamboyant, and the smiles and nods of encouragement have become second nature. I want to tell you a bit about the man who joined us at our table. His name is Angelo, and he speaks Spanish. When we introduced him to Heike, the German woman, we said Angelo was Spanish, but he was very quick to correct us ... he said he was from Bilbao (Basque territory) ... not Spanish! Angelo is 68 years old, and has walked the Camino 7 times. He has ...

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