Camino De Santiago: It’s Time For Camino Willy To Have A Mini-Adventure.

This little boy! Since the 1st May, William has walked the 140km Espiritual Camino route to Santiago de Compostela, took a a train from there to Leon, walked 150km from Leon to Sairra on the Camino Frances. Then another train to Santiago and back to our base on the Portuguese Camino de Santiago.

Then…walked an average of 15 km a day visiting places on the Portuguese Camino de Santiago.

Finally, we took a train to Porto and walked 80km to Vitorina de Piaes on the Portuguese Central Camino until his paws said no more.

So, after a two week rest, we’re heading back in the opposite direction tomorrow, walking 70km from Vila Nova de Ceveira to Tamel over four days to finish off the Portuguese Central Camino route. It’s William’s birthday on the 7th August so it’s definitely his Camino this time.

Little Camino legend, this boy of mine. Love him, my little heart. He deserves his name @caminowilly

The Camino de Santiago is our idea of heaven!

So, if you hear the call to wander, or catch the scent of adventure on the breeze, is it time for you to pack your bag and wander? To expand your mind and see how big your world really is?

Go see for yourself just how blessed you are, to be able to experience being so wild and free

If you plan to walk the Camino de Santiago, check out my book, A Wild Woman’s Guide To The Camino de Santiago. I share everything you need to know before you begin your Camino. Read at A Wild Woman’s Guide To The Camino De Santiago or click the link below.

(c) Samantha Wilson 2021.  All Rights Reserved.

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