I’m getting on a little, 60 years old, but I’m managing quite well. I’m able to do everything.
The Camino meant talking to others, being with others, coexistence. Even helping to dress wounds... I had never seen, or touched the foot of, an Australian, for example. What could I have seen…?
‘You had lots of time to think, and think, and think... And to learn something about who you are. The Camino really helped me to know myself.
‘The personal challenge began after Astorga, because it got a bit hard. But you did it with such joy! Because you were getting closer and closer and growing more each day.
People helped us, they pushed us, both at the hostels and the locals.
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