Camino #38 – Dinner

At the Fishhouse hostel I booked a bed in a 6 person dorm. There was a nice sitting area outside on what might have been a roof garden without the plants. However, it did have a large orange cat. Myself and three other women – two from Germany and one from Holland, who All spoke

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Camino #37 – Porto

My Camino actually started at Pearson airport. I met 5 other Canadians – all retired women – who were walking the Camino too. We hung out and chatted before the flight, met after the flight and helped each other buy the train tickets into Porto. Everyone was staying in Porto today, so after getting my

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Camino #35 – Maps

I’ve sent this map to family and I haven’t forgotten my Camino family here. I am taking the path closest to the ocean. I’ll post where I am and hopefully you can follow along. The map is from the Brierley guide book for the Portuguese Camino. My first night will be in Matosinhos which is

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