😀16th October on the Camino Portugués - my final day on the Camino!!!!
⏰ I can’t believe where the time has gone. Over the past few weeks I’ve really wanted to slow the journey down. I’ve been enjoying it too much!!
But like all good things they do finish at some point. I’m so pleased that I’ve been vlogging daily and recording what it’s been like and I will still have the videos coming out even after I finish! It keeps the journey going!
🛌 I’m now in Albergue de Peregrinos de Teo - which is approx 14.1 k from Santiago de Compostela.
😀 OMG - I’m tooo excited!!!
⛪️ I’m keen on going to the Pilgrims service which is at 12 midday. Plus this is going to sound weird but it makes sense to me... I started at 11am in Lisbon and I’d like to finish by arriving at 11am in Santiago - that way I can get my final stamp and certificate and can grab a seat for the service and then hear my name being read out! That’s the plan anyway!!
🙏Thank you so much for following along with my Camino journey. I hope it’s inspired you to take on your next challenge!
🎥The vlogs from the Camino Portugués are coming out every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. The link is in the bio - or search for tough girl challenges in YouTube!! Make sure to subscribe so your don’t miss out!!
📚 My hike is being sponsored by @ciceronepress.
👉Cicerone has also got an awesome guide book about hiking the Camino Portugués which was written by Kat Davies @followingthearrows
Watch the vlog now!!!
My Camino walk is being sponsored by Cicerone!
Cicerone is a family run publishing company which have been producing guide books for walkers, cyclists, trekker and mountaineers for over 50 years.
There are over 320 guide books covering, the UK, Europe and Worldwide which are available in both hard copy and in e-books. Perfect for people who love to adventure and explore.