A Journey of Days: Relearning Life’s Lessons on the Camino de Santiago, by Guy Thatcher, takes us for a 700-kilometre walk along the Camino, a thousand-year-old pilgrimage route in northern Spain. To walk 700 kilometers over a period of five weeks is an unusual accomplishment at any age. To do it at age 70 in all kinds of weather – even snow – and without his carefully collected clothing, equipment and backpack, all of which never arrived, is an exceptional feat.
Thatcher tells you about his days, his impressions of Spain and of Spaniards, the places he stayed and his companions – all with dry humour. He arrived and walked alone, as planned, until three young companions, two women in their 30s and one man in his late 20s, chose to walk with him. Find out why.
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