By Guy Thatcher
Man Thatcher walked the Camino de Santiago, an old pilgrimage path, hoping to find the cause of the compulsion that drove him there. What he stumbled on as a substitute used to be the undying land of northern Spain, attractiveness, silence, mountains and plains, rain and constant solar, snow in could, heartbreaking climbs, fatigue, and damage; pleasant and alluring humans, new friendships, depression, transcendental pleasure, beginning and loss of life, and churros con chocolate. He got here away with a renewal of his trust within the extraordinary goodness of standard humans from world wide as they shared a unprecedented trip.
Join man Thatcher as he stocks his days and his studies at the camino with you.
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Extra resources for A Journey of Days: Relearning Life's Lessons on the Camino de Santiago
No clue as to when it will open. I was told that the Corte Ingles would open at 0900, but evidently not. Since everything is closed tomorrow (Sunday), I have to get what I need today, even if I don’t leave today. When I look at my planned schedule, I see that I am fine, even if I leave tomorrow. I think that I will have lots of opportunity to practice patience on the camino, not one of my strong suits--yet. The weather is lovely and I would like to take advantage of it while it lasts. This morning I pick up replacement gear at El Corte Ingles (it opens at 1000).
Certainly there is the physical challenge--that much is obvious. The psychological challenge is also pretty clear--spending a lot of time over a period of weeks by oneself is likely to bring up interesting stuff. Beyond that, I can’t say. Is there a spiritual aspect to my evident need to do this? I don’t know, but I expect I’ll find out over the course of the next five weeks. Now 1205--We are supposed to be airborne, but we are sitting on the tarmac in Munich after our Lufthansa aircraft hits a canteen truck with its left wingtip while being pushed back out of the gate.
The people that I pass and meet on the way are very tolerant of my Spanish and are pleased, I think, that I make the effort. So that is where I am at the moment, taking an easy day after only about a dozen kilometres. Tomorrow I will either go to Estella or beyond it. At 1530, same day, I am sitting at the open front of a little albergue, Albergue Ramon, in Lorca. The young fellow here is José-Ramon, son of José Ramon. The sound system is playing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. It’s sunny and warm, a little breeze.
A Journey of Days: Relearning Life's Lessons on the Camino de Santiago by Guy Thatcher