There are countless blogs detailing the locations along the Camino de Santiago. To give a bit of insight into what a day looks like, I thought I’d share my daily routine after a week in the road. Mundane, routine, and full of delights:
I’m surprised by the number of search hits I get from visitors using suspiciously long search terms like: “What I saw in Paris vacation” or “Paris vacation homework.” As a former overachiever, the thought of someone using my blog to do their homework for them bothers me. If you are doing this, I hope my Paris posts remind you of the good times you had on your trip and inspire you to work hard and stay in school so you can make a good living and travel much, much more.
Teachers who found this post by searching “What I did on my Paris vacation,” welcome! I’m so happy to have you here and I don’t want your students borrowing liberally from blog posts either! Continue reading
And… I’m off! While I’m working my way across Spain, I invite you to keep checking back for updates about what I’m seeing, doing, and where I’m walking as I fulfill a travel goal I set way back in 2011.
I’ll be posting on all of my social media channels (one assumes):
Tweets by @krisp131, my general nonsense account:
Tweets by @bitesizedtravel, the tailored account for the blog:
Check out kristaspurr on Instagram. Spain is a gloriously beautiful country, I hope I can do it justice.
I can’t say whether I post or not, so… maybe? Keep checking! For more information, check out my Camino de Santiago page.
Just last week, the Canadian Air Transport Safety Authority (CATSA) send out a cute tweet that was very timely:
This wasn’t new information, but it did remind me of a loathsome task I’ve been putting off: calling Air Canada to find out how to pack my hiking poles to improve the chances they will actually arrive with me in Spain. Continue reading
Once again, I was delighted to be invited by Downtown Halifax to participate in Big Day Downtown. Like previous years, local bloggers were armed with $150 Visa cards and sent out to experience the best of downtown Halifax and blog about their experiences.