Camino de Santiago

Why I Don’t Have a “Bucket List” List – Retirement Travel Article

Why I Don’t Have a “Bucket List” List I’m not one to have a “bucket list” nor do I proclaim New Year’s resolutions. I’m finding the older more experienced I get the less I worry about long-term planning, or pretty much making any plans at all.  Perhaps it has something to do with retirement and the level of flexibility and freedom it offers.  Or, maybe, it’s just because I’ve stopped worrying about what might happen, opting instead to live in the…

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A Walk Through the Mythical History of the Camino de Santiago – Spain Travel Article

A Walk Through the Mythical History of the Camino de Santiago While the Camino de Santiago has been a pilgrimage route for over a thousand years, its popularity seems to have surged in the 21st century. There are countless different reasons – which I outline here – why you might want to take on the challenge, from experiencing the lush greenery of Galicia’s mountainous hillsides to the rewards of self-exploration. Along the trails of those spiritual inner journeys are many fascinating myths that tie…

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The Camino de Santiago: The Backpack – Retirement Travel Article

The Camino de Santiago: The Backpack The best part of a Camino de Santiago backpack is taking it off at the end of a long day’s walk. To see all of our posts on tips for the Camino de Santiago, click here: Camino de Santiago. There will be three things that will be with you for the length of the Camino de Santiago, none of which you will be without for long. They are, in order of annoyance, snorers in…

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