Personal safety on the Camino de Santiago following the tragic death of pilgrim Denise Thiem on the Camino Frances.

Please note, this post was first published on the disappearance of Denise. As a result of all that has happened since I have taken steps to remove the past tense and create what I hope is a more fitting post for the future safety of Pilgrims and indeed anyone who takes on outdoor pursuits alone.… Read More Personal safety on the Camino de Santiago following the tragic death of pilgrim Denise Thiem on the Camino Frances.

BOM CAMINHO!!! (Sorry for shouting!) The Portuguese route.

It’s been over two years since I cycled the French route! It’ll be nearly three years by September, but that’s when the flights are booked to Lisbon, Portugal and it’s time to kick-start the blog and create some more memories! Thank you for visiting! There’s a number of reasons I’ve settled this time on the… Read More BOM CAMINHO!!! (Sorry for shouting!) The Portuguese route.

Two Months On, Finishing the Camino Frances and Returning Home to the U.K.

It’s now been about 2 months since completing the Camino Frances, and I think an important part of the process is to look back and see what I’ve gained and what deamons I’ve still to work on. When we arrived in Santiago with only 30 minutes to go until the office closed the post-Camino feeling… Read More Two Months On, Finishing the Camino Frances and Returning Home to the U.K.

Day 7, Santiago de Compostela, the day put aside for visiting St James, or just incase we were too slow getting there…..

I couldn’t sleep. It’s a recurring theme for me. So by 4am I was down by the honesty fridge not being very honest with a can of coke. Writing my blog on the iPhone. I had a couple of guide books in front of me I had borrowed from the bookcase to help me with… Read More Day 7, Santiago de Compostela, the day put aside for visiting St James, or just incase we were too slow getting there…..