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:
Continue reading Daily routine on the Camino
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 A one-day Paris itinerary, or, “What I did on my Paris vacation”
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. Continue reading Follow me through Spain!
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 Flying with hiking poles for Canadian peregrinos
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.
Continue reading The people have spoken – Big Day Downtown 2014