If you went on a pilgrimage to Santiago, you probably experienced and dealt with some of the aspects of isolation before. So today’s post will focus on how you can use your Camino skills in these strange times of self-isolation.
Staying indoors. Easier said than done, even when you don’t really have a choice. Especially, when you’re that kind of person who’s pretty much outside whenever possible. Yup, that’s me too! In order to provide you with some inspiration, or just something to read – this Monday’s blog post will feature five ways to keep busy when right now the indoors is your sole destination due to the Corona outbreak.
As you might have read on IG, I recently returned from a silent weekend retreat where I enjoyed a few mindful walks. These turned out to be rather extraordinary experiences, which I’d love to share with you in today’s post.
They’ll pop up in your mind randomly, and will remain in your heart until the end of times: your favourite hiking moments! Sharing one of my personal faves with you today.
Last April, I decided to celebrate spring with yet another long distance hike. One that I look back on with a huge smile on my face: the West Highland Way. I’ve been collecting all things preparation in this Wayfaring Guide to the West Highland Way. Meant for all those wanting to embark on this magical journey through the Scottish Highlands.