For those on Social media, it's usual to receive the daily update reminding you what you were doing on this date X number of years ago. Whether it be on Facebook, Instagram or on Google Photos, each day without fail a notification is sent. In that notification is a distraction from what is going on... Continue Reading →
One sunny day in Dublin, I took a walk…
Some say I'm a dreamer. In the past, It has gotten me into some trouble. Looking out windows wishing I could be somewhere else, only to focus on the task at hand. I used to think it was a habit but in my formative years, it wasn't the case. Last week, I turned another year... Continue Reading →
6 Things I Did in 2018
6 Things I Did in 2018 Another year has passed. So much has happened in the past 12 months involving the Camino. It's nice to have the last few weeks free to reflect on the past and think of the future. I’ve decided to do another post where I look back on 2018. The end... Continue Reading →
The Best of 2016 – Instagram
Instagram is officially defined as an online mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing, and social networking service that enables its users to take pictures and videos, and share them either publicly or privately on the app. It is increasingly being used to share photos from everywhere around the world and about a whole host of subjects, including the Camino... Continue Reading →
The Best of 2016
Hi folks! An apology is in order for the lack of posts here. A certain wrist is making that a little difficult, but I hope to be on the mend this side of Christmas. I am able to type with the cast on however, but I hope you don't mention that to my doctor. The... Continue Reading →
The Irish and the Camino..
Hi everyone, just some news that happened over the last week. I went along to a talk given by Turlough of Donnell of the Irish Camino Society entitled "The Irish and the Camino de Santiago: 800 Years of History" as part of the Dublin History Festival. During the hour or so, Turlough talked about how Irish... Continue Reading →
7 Things I Learned On Camino De Santiago | Tarek Riman
I spotted this article online written by a journalist after he had completed the Camino Frances. Yes, but there are hundreds of these articles, I hear you say....! However, the points he has made have hit the nail on the head about what the Camino is, in my opinion. Recently, I packed 2 small bags,... Continue Reading →
2015..You’ve been a funny year!
As 2015 slowly draws to a close, I can't think of a better time to look back on the year that was. Some readers may be glad to see the back of it, while some had some good times...personally, it was one of my better years. Over the course of the next week, I will... Continue Reading →