Camino to Santiago de Compostela once again

Bill and I are in the midst of planning and organizing our backpacks, camera equipment, and itinerary for another walk along the French Way. The Camino to Santiago de Compostela that begins at St. Jean Pied de Port. There is lots to do before we leave, and a few side trips before we start our walk across Spain.

The biggest questions is why do it again?  It was a great experience, we love walking and we realized that there were so many place we didn’t see, or didn’t have time to enjoy. While this is a journey that many  people take in 30 days, we are planning to take 60. During our first journey we just walked through many of the cities and towns, past many of the beautiful sights and architecture.

Have you walked the camino, if so, tell us about your favourite memory, best or worst albergue and restaurant. We would love to hear about your must do or must see. We are researching different smart phone apps that we can carry with us rather than the books and maps that added weight to our backpacks during our previous trip, we would be grateful for any recommendations you have.





4 thoughts on “Camino to Santiago de Compostela once again

    1. Hi Robin, we are getting pretty excited, while it is a trip that can be done in 30 days, by taking 60 we are hoping to see many of the historic sites we missed the first time, and enjoy the scenery. We begin in St. Jean Pied de Port on April 22. for now we are in training, walking 10 to 15 kilometres most days, and working on the morning commute series.


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