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What It's Like

It’s like….

your entire life span,
past, present, future.

It’s like a moment…
the only moment, every moment, the moment.

The Camino Frances to Finisterre is… 575 more words

Attitude of Gratitude--Day 12--Skype

One of the many marvels of our technological age is the ability to connect with people on an instant’s notice. Whether it’s by text message or whatsapp, Facebook or Instagram, I have the ability to remain connected and follow the daily happenings of the lives of the people I care about most. 425 more words


I am Susceptible to Wanderlust

“A person susceptible to wanderlust is not so much committed to movement as committed to transformation”
-Pico Iyer

While I’m not as widely traveled as Pico, I get around.

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Day Thirty Eight - Negreira to Oliveiroa

Today the clouds hung low, blowing in from the ocean, showering us intermittently with a fine mist of rain. We trudged along soggy dirt tracks and down the shoulders of slick asphalt roads. 203 more words

Day Thirty Seven - Santiago to Negreira

After several days off, we began our walk to the ocean with a fresh spring in our step. As we crossed in front of the Cathedral in Santiago, heading happily to that north eastern corner, a tour guide approached us. 285 more words

Lisbon  - A Detour

With the path from Vigo to Santiago sopping wet, we thought it time to take a proper break and relax. Lisbon—where the weather is warm and dry—has been our home for the last several days and nights. 19 more words

Day Thirty Six - Oia to Nigrán (Vigo)

The day began beautifully, in the cool air, next to the ocean. We planned for a short day, which would take us less than 20 kilometers along the shore to Baiona. 567 more words