I'd always wondered what all the fuss is about when it comes to solo travel cause I think it's more fun to travel with someone but my trip to Toledo taught me part of the appeal is meeting other solo travelers, people that I'd otherwise would not have the opportunity to cross paths with like this amazing energetic warm Spanish speaking (that's important here!) woman who used to be in a famous Peruvian band (have their own wiki page -famous) and is now a sculptor that works with wood. Looking forward to my solo travels ahead and meeting many more interesting people. Side note: Toledo is the town fairy tales were made of #day4#madrid#solotravel#vacation#toledo#spanishcountryside#traveladdict#marzipan#peru#nofilter
Day 33: #Caminoprimitivo
We made it into Galicia today, it's the last Spanish region we'll travel through on this Camino journey, which is bittersweet. I'm so excited to get to Santiago, to finish the longest walk of my life, to get home to my love and furbabies. But also a little sad. When something changes your life in a positive way, it's hard to let it go. So we are going to live it up! Aka walk a lot and look around at everything, say hello to all the cute furry friends along the way and chat with the people who are walking unusually long distances, like us. #buencamino
Day 28: #caminoprimativo
Today was relatively uneventful. We stayed in a gross, private Albergue last night because the public one was full. We got up early this morning to be on our way and get the heck out of that place. We climbed mountains in misty rain and walked through fields under full sun: a little bit of everything. They say the "Camino Provides" and it sure provided a lot of experiences all along our way. It also provides a lot of cows. #thatssomethingtheydonttellyou#heylookcows !