the camino de santiago


Marcher Arrant walks the Cami Catala footpath Part 9. I walked this path from Barcelona to Logrono, Spain. It was a 3 week trip and I walked 600km. To see previous parts in this series go to my page titled Cami Catala Walk

Desert walking.

After an entire day of walking along busy roads, this was a welcome sight. Against the car.

The Cathedral of Zaragoza.

Part of a Roman wall in Zaragoza with a statue of Caesar.

The Ebro river, I followed this a lot.

This is part 7 of the Paris to Spain series in which I post photos of my walk from Paris to Roncesvalles, Spain.  The trip took 1 month and I walked over 1000km (621 miles). To see previous parts in this series go to my page titled Paris to Spain. Click ‘keep reading’ to see the photos from my walk from Paris to Spain.

The white and red stripes on the tree on the left is the symbol for the GR trails which go all over Europe.

This is where people of the village used to wash their cloths.


Minoritized languages moodboard: Galician

Galician (galego) is a Romance language spoken in Galicia (nowadays in the state of Spain). It is very close to Portuguese, and it is sometimes considered a dialect of it, but although they were a unit in the Middle Ages, it has diverged since.

For anon

The renowned actor as you’ve never heard him before. He has appeared in over 100 films, including Apocalypse Now. He’s best known on television as President Bartlet in The West Wing. But Martin Sheen, born and still legally named Ramón Estévez, has had another lesser-known life as a spiritual seeker and activist. He returned to a deep and joyful Catholic faith after a crisis at the height of his fame in mid-life. He’s been arrested over 60 times in vigils and protests. “Piety is something you do alone,” he says. “True freedom, spirituality, can only be achieved in community.”

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