In 2018 I am going to hike the 769 kms of the Camino Frances. I know what you’re thinking – but nope, it’s not because it’s named Frances. Although I do quite like that coincidence. It’s because one day at the end of 2016 my (then) 10 year old daughter Zoë and I sat in … Continue reading Camino Frances 2018 for One Girl – 769kms and 30’ish nights. Why?
It’s not a long one today just a newsy one. Every now and then in the world of blogging we can lose our way with our story. The one we started telling/writing. Sometimes it is because our purpose changes. Other times it’s because we lose our nerve or our mojo and sometimes it’s simply because … Continue reading Off and running.
“It’s your road and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.” ~ Rumi. I haven’t read back through my camino posts but I imagine there’s a thread of the camino imitating life. In the simplicity of the routine, moving, way markers, eating, space, outdoors and community … Continue reading A few days of rest and the first post camino test.
We awoke after a deep sleep ready for our final trek into Santiago de Compostela! The end of this grand 799 km hike adventure and my One Girl project. It was the perfect day to end the walk being Mother’s Day. I’ve always thought that educating girls in Africa was my way of supporting another … Continue reading Writing from Santiago de Compostela – Day 28
My post is a day later because I was utterly drained last night, both physically and mentally. It was the hardest day of my camino and one where my coping skills were tested like never before. It would also bring delicious homemade treats, another girl educated in Africa, kindness, spectacular countryside and a lesson in … Continue reading Writing from Salcedo – Day 27