Winter Camino

I just walked across the frontier bridge from Hendaye in France and entered Spain. I shall be on the Camino in the morning. This post comes to you from a locutorio in Irun, where I am waiting for a late train to Burgos. It gets into Burgos at 1.45 am, so I am not sure what I will do. Probably stay in the station until a sensible hour, then go to the cathedral to find Mass and get a pilgrim stamp, ready to start.

This is a short winter Camino, across the meseta from Burgos to Moratinos, and it is offered in memoriam for Juli. See Reb´s blog.

Paddy and Reb, if you read this, expect me in about six days, January 2nd: I´m aiming for 20 km per day. (Hornillos, Castrogeriz, Boadilla, Villalcazar de Sirga, Calzadilla de la Cueza, Moratinos.)


About Gareth Thomas

A fairly mixed career starting as an aircraft technician and later Franciscan friar eventually led into secondary school teaching. I settled in Spain where I teach Geography part-time and spend the rest of my time looking after the needs of four donkeys in a remote location in the mountains in the Costa Blanca. I have three blogs: a geography blog and a donkey blog begun in 2015, plus an old donkey blog which ran from 2010 to 2015.
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2 Responses to Winter Camino

  1. Rebrites says:

    We shall leave the light on for you.
    And have a bunch of carrots handy.

  2. Barbara says:

    Hi Gareth
    You got the SNCF sorted, then!
    Have a good Camino. It’s raining here.

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