Front pockets with handy ID pass pocket. Heavy duty zip. Reflective body and shoulder bands. Self-coloured bound edge. Generous in size to be worn as overgarment. Tearaway brand label. Unisex. Washing Instructions Machine wash 40°. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Iron at a low temperature. Do not dry clean. Prices includes, AG logo,…

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 The One Where We Let Stuff Go… Followed By Pure Pleasure! Just 10 miles today, but talk about being emotionally draining! It was a day of ups and downs, both physically and emotionally as we reached the highest point on the Camino – Le Cruz De Ferro.  I’ll explain what this place symbolises later in…

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The day I held a hawk, had afternoon tea and prayed with Spanish monks Warning: Sorry about the video section of Rachel’s blisters We left the Albergue in Astorga around 8 am feeling disappointed that we hadn’t taken the time to explore this amazing city the previous night.  As Rachel, Sue and I followed the yellow…

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When I was in the preparation stage of my first Camino, I became a little bit obsessed.  My fascination for the Camino drove me to read forums every day,  consume blogs and books, watching YouTube videos and listening to podcasts.  What got my attention more than anything else was the stories that I heard from…

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The Day We Taught Sue How To Play Pooh Sticks We all slept well last night in the small Albergue (Tio Pepe) in Mazarife.  Both Julie and Sue had a bit of a surprise when they stumbled upon a naked man who was sleeping on the sofa in the community room (less said about that the…

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EP6 - CAMINO FRANCES | The day I ate tripe! DAY: Leon to Mazarife

The day I ate tripe! We left the monastery in Leon around 7 am with a new Camino friend (Sue from California). The walk across this beautiful city at silly o’clock in the morning was very different from last night. The streets were empty with exception to the click-clacking sound of the pilgrims walking sticks.…

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During our Adventure Geek walk on Monday evening, I got chatting to a fellow walker from Spain.  I am not sure how the conversation arose but I soon found myself talking about another outdoor hobby of mine which is geocaching. I thought most people knew about this hobby as it has been around since 2002,…

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