Tag: Outdoors

I Walked the Camino de Santiago Alone, You Should Too

I Walked the Camino de Santiago Alone, You Should Too

How safe is it to walk the Camino de Santiago alone? Surprisingly to some, I only asked myself this question momentarily right before I left to do the trek. My friends and family were very supportive of me when they found out I was going […]

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My Experience Walking the Camino de Santiago in Photos

My Experience Walking the Camino de Santiago in Photos

People come from all over the world to walk the Camino de Santiago. The 790 km (490 mile) French Way is the most popular route with the best infrastructure for pilgrims. Although I’ve returned home, I still think daily about all the friendly people I […]

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Swimming Pigs of the Bahamas: How to Visit Them & What to Expect

Swimming Pigs of the Bahamas: How to Visit Them & What to Expect

I had the chance to spend a little more than a week this winter in the Bahamas and after seeing all of the amazing photos from other travelers, I had it on my list to see the famous Bahama swimming pigs for myself. Of course, […]

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4 Things to Consider Before Camping in Spain

4 Things to Consider Before Camping in Spain

Camping is always a great time┬áspent outdoors, whether it be a family trip or a short weekend with friends away from the relentlessness of the city. I and many others┬áhave a certain idea in mind when we think about a camping trip, but it’s quite […]

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Hiking the Camino de Ronda, Costa Brava

Hiking the Camino de Ronda, Costa Brava

Costa Brava isn’t named the ‘Rugged Coast’ for nothing! The coastline here is pocketed with relaxing little beach towns, sandy coves and rocky cliff faces. The Camino de Ronda coastal trail spans over 200 km (125 miles) past beautiful beach towns like Tossa de Mar […]

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