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Mary Colwell Nov 26
I’m picking up where I left off on the back in October. It will be colder and the days shorter, but it is important to finish. This 2nd half will be different, a lot has happened in the last few weeks on small and large scales. Expect more empty roads and Camino tales.
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John G O'Dwyer Nov 27
Had a lovely ramble this morning along the new Blueway linking to the Swiss Cottage, This will also form part of the new 120km pilgrim Irish linking Cashel to Ardmore which is due to be completed by February next.
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Waterford Camino Nov 24
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Lisa's Travels Nov 24
On one I detoured to Fátima to see the shrine. On another I "strayed" to Oviedo. Glad I did! Straying from the Way can be wonderful
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Macs Adventure Nov 27
Pepi & friends enjoyed self-guided travel flexibility on Camino Portugués tour "one highlight for us was the late morning coffee stop we enjoyed so much, we stayed on for a round of drinks & then another round of drinks & finally lunch. "
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Revd Canon Rachel Firth Nov 24
Been trying to finish this classic for a while. It's cynical about faith and passionate about architecture.
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Jane V Blanchard Nov 23
My story entwined with those of other female modern-day pilgrims.
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Authentic Journeys Nov 26
Replying to @WalkinSpain
We believe the greatest risk of infection is after everyone arrives from different places, as opposed to on the . We will test frequently the first few days to be sure that no one is developing an infection. Find out more at
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Letterkenny Cath Qtr Nov 27
Bishop Alan McGuickan of undertook and has been promoting a Turas Colmcille Walk especially as this is the 1500th anniversary of the birth of Saint Colmcille.
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Richard J. Goodrich Nov 23
A fishing story and an Englishman brewing tea as my pilgrimage on Saint Cuthbert's Way continues.
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John Lewis-Stempel Nov 26
Replying to @curlewcalls
Did St JeanPdP to Pamplona with my son last month - I long to be back on the path. Wishing you
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Uwalk.ie Nov 26
The Camino Frances is the oldest and best known Camino routes of all. Find out more about walking the Camino Frances Stage 2 here:
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Dalila Ixualojli 🥑🇲🇽 イシュワロフリ・ダリラ 4h
I plan on using my VTuber persona to create other types of content as well! This is lore for both myself and my current WIP novel. I’ll be posting more stuff in the future, so if you’re interested in cultures, conlanging or writing, please look forward to it!
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Jane V Blanchard Nov 28
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Authentic Journeys Nov 25
Replying to @WalkinSpain
Regardless of what the airlines require, we will require a negative test for each participant within 3 days before traveling with us. Similarly, all our staff in will take a COVID test prior to each tour. Find out about our tours at
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Macro Worlds Nov 23
Booking my 2021 Porto to Santiago De Compostela
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LI Photos Nov 29
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Waterford Camino Nov 30
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Sarah J Packwood Nov 27
Check out my YouTube channel for inspiring travel videos, stories, folk songs and intuitive healing.
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Follow the Camino Nov 24
It's starting to really feel like the ! That means good food, gifts, and family time. Get all three of those at once by booking a family trip on the ! It's a Christmas gift they'll never forget.
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