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I walked to Santiago

by Terry Leary
(Granada, Nicaragua)

I loved the trip. There are several routes, I chose the Primitivo route in the North. I wanted to be alone, it was a major challenge but so good. The thing about the Primitivo route is really long walks, 10-20 miles a day. I carried all of my things. I am a solo woman 67 years old. I am in good shape and this was such a rich wonderful experience.

I did not stay for the most part in the Albergues but instead stayed at little B&Bs. It was not expensive and it was great to have a bathtub at the end of a long walk. I would suggest others do this walk it was great.

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Many places.... 5 continents

by Pat Crosby
(Catskill Mountains, New York, USA)

Sacred Waters in Tipon, Peru

Sacred Waters in Tipon, Peru

The call to visit and learn the mysteries of sacred sites has taken me to such far off sites as the Himalayas and Mt Kailas in Tibet, Kathmandu, the many thousand years old Kumbha Mela in Ujjain India, Australia and New Zealand with the powerful Ayers Red Rock or Uluru as it is known to the traditional peoples, many trips to the various sacred spots of the Hawaiian Islands, including Kalauea Volcano during fiery eruptions, the traditional Place of Refuge on the Big Island of Hawaii, the Grand Canyon and Napali Cliffs of Kaui, numerous heiaus - traditional sites recognized by the first peoples, and most recently, the magical places of Peru - Machu Picchu & Lake Titicaca.

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