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Which Camino to choose?
Camino de Santiago

Which Camino to choose?

My story I did Camino de Santiago first in 2009, I started¬†in the end of January and finished in early March. As well, after reaching Santiago de Compostela we hiked to Finisterre and as I had few more days before my flight back home, I walked to Muxia and back […]

Backpack for Camino de Santiago
Camino de Santiago, Hiking

Backpack for Camino de Santiago

My story All of my 4 Caminos I used the same backpack from 2009 (which I bought before my first Camino de Santiago). My backpack is not really those mainstream alpine/mountain backpacks which are very popular amongst many hikers, but it’s more a military backpack, so not very comfortable or […]

Sleeping bag for Camino de Santiago
Camino de Santiago

Sleeping bag for Camino de Santiago

Sleeping bag If you are planning to sleep in albergues, there will be no bedding in any of those so you must take a sleeping bag with you. Some of the albergues offer additional blankets, but they are no good to sleep under as they are old and even have […]

Hiking up to Le Soliat (Switzerland)
Hiking, Switzerland

Hiking up to Le Soliat (Switzerland)

Le soliat Le soliat mountain is situated in the Jura mountains and offers pretty stunning views of the surrounding area. It is quite close to Neuchatel city, it’s summit is 1465 m so it is not as high as Alps can be, but it’s definitely a place to visit, especially […]

Clothes for Camino de Santiago
Camino de Santiago

Clothes for Camino de Santiago

Less is more Less is more is definitely ¬†a rule when you choose clothes for your Camino ūüôā I definitely understand the struggle when on the last day before your take off to Camino that you may need 3 pairs of pants or maybe the 5th t-shirt is a good […]

Additional stuff for Camino de Santiago
Camino de Santiago

Additional stuff for Camino de Santiago

What else to take for Camino de Santiago? There quite many options of things¬†which could help you during Camino de Santiago. I definitely do not suggest you to take a laptop or heavy books, but some of the stuff can be pretty useful. The things I consider useful are (and […]

Cosy Isenfluh (Switzerland)
Hiking, Switzerland

Cosy Isenfluh (Switzerland)

Isenfluh What I love the most about Switzerland is that you can find a hiking route anywhere. Literally, anywhere! You can simply walk around in the middle of the city and you will find one of those yellow rhombus signs on a street light, on a tree or anywhere else […]