"Purists abound on the Camino:
people who believe one should always go on the traditional track,
people who object to luggage-carrying services,
people who think rest days and short days are defeatist.
If you’re a purist, you’re on the wrong blog.
I’m a dawdler, a daydreamer, a mucker-about. An impurist."
~ From "Slow Camino"
a wonderful, developing blog about one Australian man's pilgrimage
from Le Puy to Pamplona
It is interesting to hear those planning a second Camino
who often plan, second-time around,
to travel more slowly....
take more time to appreciate the landscape, the flowers, the historical remnants...
take time to sit quietly in more places...