When you start the Camino, you receive a credential that is to be stamped and dated at every albergue you reach along the way. Proof that you've walked the path. Each stamp fills your credential and tells the story of your journey. ( there's a back side too where I have more stamps.)

When you start the Camino, you receive a credential that is to be stamped and dated at every albergue you reach along the way. Proof that you’ve walked the path. Each stamp fills your credential and tells the story of your journey. (There’s a back side too where I have more stamps.)

I want to say thank you to everyone for your support during my journey in Spain. It was really nice to receive so many Well Wishes while I walked the Camino. The Way of St. James was an amazing experience and I’m so glad I went and even more proud that I finished. Some days were tough, others were easy, but every day I was thankful to be out there. I loved the simplicity of The Way- just walk, eat and sleep. Those were my only concerns. I encourage anyone needing a break from the stress and worry of the everyday routine to walk the Camino (Or if you just like hiking and drinking lots of wine). It’s so nice to just… walk, and put your mind at ease. I loved the Camino de Santiago and hope to do more long distance hiking in the future… with good shoes and hiking poles of course!

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Camino de Santiago, everyday is a blessing.

Also, thanks to those who follow my blog. I did my best to update Amble Unbound during my journey in Spain. Oh, and I have uploaded many of my photos from my trip and created an album for you to peruse through. You can click here or go to my Gallery page above.

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