A beautiful essay on grief, friendship, and very long walks, by a young Swiss pilgrim we met on the Camino in 2015.
The Camino doesn’t provide, as if by magic. It’s made out of people, and they are the ones doing the providing.
Pro tips on getting fed, watered, and caffeinated in the A.M. on your Camino
Hard-won lessons in whittling down your pack list and staying dry(ish) on your Camino
A Few Simple Lessons in Camino Etiquette
A Cambodian refugee comes home, and helps village women learn to weave shimmering silk scarves and independent lives.
56 Foolproof Ways to Tell You’re Definitely an American Peregrino in Withdrawal
“The Sun Also Rises” — Zubiri to Pamplona: Friendships, First Aid, and a Fiesta of Pintxos