Monthly Archives: March 2015

Farewell sister pilgrim, Dalie the donkey

I received some sad news today from my friend Barbara in France.  Her faithful pilgrim donkey Dalie died earlier this week at the age of 30.  Dalie has featured in the sidebar of this blog since it began, as it … Continue reading

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The history of Benidorm on a wet Sunday

I don’t go into Benidorm very often but when I do it never ceases to surprise me.  Today was no exception and I would like to share a little of my Benidorm history morning with readers of this blog. The above … Continue reading

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Blogging from Benidorm

Special treat for all followers of this blog coming this weekend: Rabit is doing one of his rare visits to Benidorm.  We have a great extended feast of St Joseph (Thursday 19 March plus Friday and the weekend for those … Continue reading

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50 Years a Pilgrim: Part One

The recollections on the Camino de Santiago – first planned as a series of series of Lent 2015 posts – will continue as pages in the drop down menu Santiago Pilgrimage. The first one has been moved there and later … Continue reading

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Just beautiful

For a change, not a photo of my gorgeous donks but the gorgeous donks of http://www.thedonkeysanctuary.ie  retweeted from @donkeysanct by @RifugioAsinelli  One of the most beautiful donkey photos I have ever seen. Mother and foal are both lovely. COMING SOON TO THIS BLOG: 50 Years On and Off the Camino … Continue reading

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Spring is here

The recent high winds have left hardly any almond blossom on the trees, but finally the wind has dropped and we can safely go for a walk without donkeys going loopy, for the wind sends them very skittish indeed!  Here … Continue reading

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