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I wanted to have some time for myself and get some fresh air to get my thoughts together. Walking is the best way for me to think and clear my mind. I did not know too much about the Camino before the two weeks I started to research and quickly made up my mind that this is what I wanted to do. I grabbed my backpack and gear, printed some info on what's available on the route, and off I went. I started in Saint Jean Pied de Port in France where I spent the day helping out at a lovely hostel to then the following day start the Camino.
The following days were beautiful. Walking across the mountains, crossing vineyards, and cultural towns, was such a relief and gave so much joy. But most inspiring and giving was all the people you meet along the way. Every person who walks the Camino has a story to tell and is often happy to share and help. And everyone you meet in the small villages that you pass along the way are the most warm-hearted people.
Meeting each person gave me so much happiness and inspiration which meant a lot to me.
In my case I only had one week to walk this time and I didn't know where I would end. My final day ended in Logroño where I enjoyed the city with some amazing people I had met along the way, to then finally say goodbye for this time. I can't wait to come back and continue my journey one day soon. Every day at the Camino has so much to give. Buen Camino!


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