We’ve been quiet for a couple of months. Here’s a quick round-up of some of our thoughts after 6 months of travel and what’s up next.
If you’re still thinking of walking the Camino de Santiago in winter after part 1, here’s what you need in your backpack. All those people telling you to walk in sneakers? Not in winter, my friends.
If you’re thinking of walking the Camino de Santiago in winter, the answer to your first question is yes, it is absolutely possible. Part I of practical tips for a winter Camino cover where to sleep and what to expect on the Camino.
I had two main objectives for our month in Hangzhou: advance in Chinese and eat as many steamed buns as possible.
Pilgrimages are meant to be circular. But will you be the same when you close the circle?