Hello from the End of the World

When I started my Camino, I imagined that I would write and publish a live journal of sorts. I didn’t expect to do it every day, but I figured I’d write on a regular basis.

Once I started, however, I knew that the time spent thinking about each post, writing and editing it, would detract far too much from my living in the moment. Continue reading

The Amateur Photographer – Valencia, Spain

In this edition of ‘The Amateur Photographer’, I will stick to the ideas I explained in this post. I won’t go into depth as I have in past iterations of this series. Instead, I’ll let the photographs speak for themselves. However, I’ll give some insights on a few of them.

All of these photos were taken in Valencia, Spain.


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The Wedding Bus I

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Camino Vignettes: Leaving Viana

This is the second installment of ‘Camino Vignettes’, stories about my time walking the Camino de Santiago. You can find the first installment here. You can also read about my general overview of the Camino here.


There were several times on the Camino de Santiago that I found myself in what I’ll refer to as ‘special cultural situations’.

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Camino Vignettes: Keeping the Peace

This story is the first of a continuing series about my adventures on the Camino de Santiago.  You can read an overview of my time on the Camino here.


There is plenty to look at as one walks the Camino de Santiago.  A large part of the beauty of the Camino is its diversity.  Forests.  Plains.  Cities.  Mountains.  Tiny villages.  Vineyards.  Sunflower fields.

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The Road to Santiago

The Camino de Santiago is an instrumental part, not just of my journey, but of who I am as a person.  If someone truly wanted to understand me and why I see the world the way I do, he or she would have to understand the Camino and the impact it had on me.

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