The bag is packed, I’m ready to go………ok! enough of the singing! The neighbours will start to complain.
But I am pretty much ready. I bought a new Samsung phone charger cable, walking trousers and a few items to restock my first aid kit during the week. So I am set. And forgive me if Europe is down with Brexit-flu, I’m a little bit high at the moment. I guess that’s what a Camino does to you. Even if it’s a short Camino. I have even bought a EU patch from Amazon to attach to my backpack.
I will be walking from Maynooth College on April 13th to Dublin along the Royal Canal Greenway. If you have an instagram account, why don’t you check out my photographs on that day and follow me. This should serve as good practice before I head back out to Spain. And if you live in the Dublin region, you are more than welcome to join me.
There are so many people I want to meet / see again in Spain when I return. Santiago is a vibrant city full of pilgrims and people that help pilgrims and even though I won’t be there for a full day, I plan to make the most of it before I walk to Finisterre.
I have also been thinking ahead to 2020 and potential Camino plans. St. Jean popped into my mind for some reason last week and I began watching many various videos on YouTube of the town. I was there last in 2014 and loved my stay there. I want to go back, so maybe next year,
This website will be going through some changes shortly, but I promise to make things as unnoticeable as possible. Please stay in your seats. 😉
I’ll be back before I go. Keep the kettle on!
- Bray to St. James Church, Dublin – Stage One of The Celtic Camino
- The Sounds Of The Camino
- 5 Days To Go
- Daily Costs On The Camino
- What’s Next?