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8th November 2018

When you've reprioitized your life journey....
let us know. I hope it involves travel!
7th November 2018

Merci
Thanks for the blogs Steve. It has been enjoyable reading them each day. Hope the flight home is ok. See you in the Marsh.
6th November 2018
A Deep Cloudy Sky At Sunset

A time of change
Steve, tried to comment at the end of the Camino but wasn't able to submit. Really enjoyed your comments and photos this time round. You had a lot of moments of insight. You must have mixed emotions when that last walk is done. I have read that book too!
6th November 2018

Safe travels
Safe travels home Steve, I’m already looking forward to your next adventure so I’ll have something to read xxx PS-the three of your Camino blogs would be fantastic in print...hint hint 🤗
5th November 2018

It’s Been Hectic
But somebody has to do it. I’ll catch up when I get home. Only 1 day left, then I’m on a plane.
4th November 2018

Bon soir
Love Paris. Ooh la la. How does it feel to be back in "civilisation"?
4th November 2018

Civilisation?
I’m not sure the Camino wasn’t more civilised. Paris is pretty nice though.
3rd November 2018

Perhaps just one more
Hi Steve, Great blogs continue, good to see that experience still has it over youthful enthusiasm. Enjoy Paris. Although I do remember Andrew describing Tim as the tour nazi. wishing you both health and happiness John PS say hi to Tim
31st October 2018

Thank you
Hi Steve, thank you again for the wonderful blog It’s been a fantastic distraction for me and I’ve throughly enjoyed reading about your day and adventures I’ll miss my early morning read although today it was me that was running late enjoy the rest of your time away xxx
31st October 2018

Thanks Donna
See you in Bacchus Marsh sometime soon I hope. Free board and breakfast.
29th October 2018

For a bit of perspective...
I have an ultra marathon runner who ran the 90 km from Santiago to Finisterre in one day. I hope your son is being patient.
29th October 2018

Taking our time
Yes, we’re not ultra anything, Bob. It just happened all of a sudden. He’ll be ok. It’s just one of those things and if it becomes too bad, there’s always an alternative. Thanks
26th October 2018

I also stayed at the San Martin Pinario...
and loved it! However, I splurged and stayed in the more expensive section at 45 euros/night. Thanks for the memories. Your days of saying farewells to your Camino family also brought back memories. I remember meeting a Norwegian pilgrim who has spend a couple days looking for his Camino family without success, so we hung around together. The few days of relaxation in Santiago was just what I needed.
26th October 2018

Thanks Bob.
This is the best kept secret in Santiago. I’m off to Finisterre and Muxia with my son Tim tomorrow, and then have a twin room on 1/11 for €40. Big breakfast, luxury surroundings, it’s the best. Yes, a few days wind down is needed but unfortunately I have to wind up again. Five days; it should be easy. Oops. May have spoken too soon.
25th October 2018

Congratulatipns
Great story and achievement. Best wishes John and Andrea
25th October 2018

Thanks for the correction...
I am also taking what might be a permanent break after three pilgrimages (Camino Frances, St. Olavsleden and Via Francigena), with the last one being a total failure as far as walking the distance was concerned. My son, who was accompanying me, decided he didn't want to walk anymore so that was that. I am now moving on to visiting where my wife and my ancestors came from, with the UK first and Poland/Slovakia next. I look forward to reading about your future adventures!
25th October 2018

Good on you Bob
It’s a shame about the last one but the UK / Poland trip will be interesting. Poland’s a great place and you’ll get good value out of your dollars there. It has amazing scenery and welcoming people.
24th October 2018

Congratulations
Well done Steve. Don't know how you did it. I walked 6 kms around Lake Wendouree yesterday and that was far enough! Rest day today!
25th October 2018

Thanks.
I’ve worn a hole in the heel of a thick merino sock and I think the others are only good for the next 5 days walking. It’s tough but the country and people seem to carry the load.
24th October 2018

Congratulations on completing the Camino for the second time!!!
Enjoy you walk with your son to Finesterre and Muxia.
24th October 2018

Thanks Bob.
That was number 3 and I think I’m done for a while. Never say never, hey. It was very rewarding and I’ll savour the experience before anymore plans are made.
23rd October 2018

Congratulations
Well done once again Steve, I’ve throughly enjoyed my early morning read xxx
23rd October 2018

Well done
Congratulations Steve on completing your journey Enjoy your time with Tim
24th October 2018

Thanks Marcelle.
The last 5 days walk should be good.

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