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Welcome to our travel blog. We are from Brisbane Australia and we love to travel with our backpacks. You will note as you wander through the pages that with all great journeys come a number of challenges and obstacles.

We have travelled far and wide ever since meeting as backpackers in our youth. More recently Espana has become a magnetic force in our lives. You may have heard of the Camino de Santiago which is in fact a number of different walking routes across Europe that lead to Santiago de Compostela in North Western Spain. You will see that the Camino in its many forms has become a bit of an addiction!

I originally started this blog to keep our family and friends at home up to date on our adventures. As it turned out others, particularly friends we met along the way, were also interested in our journeys and so the blog has grown! One day I will have time at home to revisit and edit the posts and improve navigation and search options but for now you can use the menu at the top of each post where I have loosely categorised each blog, or use the archives drop down at the bottom of each post to choose dates.

Why not start at the beginning in 2015 and join us on our South American adventure. Time to Tango is the very first post. Time to Tango or if the Camino is more of interest start here To Flamenco or not to Flamenco? That is the question or here Saint Jean Pied de Port to Orisson 8km and to Roncenvalles 19.43 days 1 and 2

Lets hope that international travel is once again on the agenda after the arrival of Covid 19 and all its challenges. Stay safe, enjoy the read and buen camino!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. charlottetambo says:

    Hello Gail πŸ˜„
    I’m so sorry we didn’t had the time to see you the other day, but we allready booked in Azofra, and had to walk before we got too tired πŸ˜…
    Morten have had trouble with his back since Orrison, and need too transport his backpack, so we have too book everyday in advance. Then it is ok for him to walk 😊
    After Azofra we went to Santa Domingo to see the chickens. In there we met the french from Orrison , who had an accident you remember ? It’s fantastic what he is doing πŸ˜„
    From Santa Domingo we took the bus and train too Leon. So nice City 😍
    To day we startet to walk the last part of camino from Leon, and hope we manage to walk the rest πŸ™πŸ»
    It’s so nice to follow your block 😍
    You are such an openhearted woman, and are perfeck for the job your doing πŸ₯°
    Wish you a nice camino when it’s your turn πŸ‘£πŸ˜˜
    Best regards from Charlotte and Morten πŸ‡©πŸ‡°

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    1. Thanks guys send me a pm through messages with your email!


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