Camino – Why Did We Do It With the Kids?

Everyone was saying: It’s crazy to take the girls! Three small kids! Are you sure? Today’s post is based on comments of this type, if you didn’t follow us during the trip, go back and read it from Day 1. I’m gonna list here some reasons why we took the kids to the Camino, but I start saying that the question shouldn’t be “Why taking the kids to the Camino?”, but indeed “Why NOT?” [...]

Camino – Mission Accomplished

The Alves Passos are back home! Now we’ll have time to look back and see what we’ve learned from the trip. [...]

Camino – Day 12

We arrived in Santiago de Compostela! [...]

Camino – Day 7

Very tough day. Perseverance nearly gone… [...]

Camino – Day 6

All the way up, down, and up again, down down… and up again. And never arrive there! [...]

Camino – Day 5

Fifth day of our walk, a little surprise early in the morning, delayed start but ended up being a very smooth walk. Villafranca del Bierzo to Ambasmestas. [...]

Camino – Day 2

We walked less but got more tired. See the mistake we’ve made. [...]

Camino – Day 1

Today was our first day. We left León and started walking towards Santiago de Compostela. Lots of hill climbing, a lot of weight, we walked a lot, but we learned a lot as well. We learned also how to use some services that can make the Camino easier. [...]

Ready? – pre Camino

The walk starts tomorrow. But the time in Madrid was really nice. [...]

We’re back, but we’re leaving

Back to being active on the blog, the Alves Passos are going on a family adventure: walking part of the Camino de Santiago. Not as a pilgrimage, as many do it, not only to do a backpacking trip with the kids, but also to share with people about the Way, the Truth and the Life: Jesus, [...]