巡礼者が返す Junrei-sha ga kaesu

It’s been a while – 👋

I’m heading to Shikoku to link my last Camino to one a little further afield.

Following a chance Camino conversation with this guy last July – in the picturesque river side town of Molinaseca ……

I find myself en route to here !!! 😳

– as much as I would like to complete the entire 88 temples of this pilgrimage route – that’s a 1400km 55 day commitment!

And so with my intrepid 👍 sister we have selected some of the more challenging parts . Our theme is easy to identify ……

………… whenever there’s a Oka or a 小さな山 Chīsana yama – (hill or small mountain) – 😆 …… simply anything in green in the above route profile – we walk it – and speed through the flat bits in between – sounds like a plan !!!

Until then – tbe omens are good as it appears to be blossom time in Wetherspoons T5 Heathrow 🤪🍷

Sayōnara ! ✈️🇯🇵

4 thoughts on “巡礼者が返す Junrei-sha ga kaesu

  1. Fabulous!! Not jealous at all. Have fun, and keep in touch. Susan X

    On Wed, Mar 20, 2019 at 11:13 AM Camino Ramblings . Com wrote:

    > caminoramblings.com posted: “It’s been a while – [image: 👋] I’m heading > to Shikoku to link my last Camino to one a little further afield. Following > a chance Camino conversation with this guy last July – in the picturesque > river side town of Molinaseca …… I find myself en route to her” >

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