Biking Camino de Santiago Spain

30 Days and 30 Nights

Heading to the sea at Cee, Northern Spain
Written by Stuart Wickes

30 Days and 30 Nights

Stuart Profile SmallIt’s a full 30 days and 30 nights since we left the sea behind us at Hendaye and headed inland to pick up the Camino, shortly after meeting our first fellow pilgrim. Tonight we reached the sea once more at Cee, having crossed the whole of Northern Spain.

We missed the sea

The kids were pleased to be back on a beach. To dig, make sandcastles, collect shells and paddle.

The sea at Cee, Northern Spain - 30 days since we last saw it

The sea at Cee, Northern Spain

And now we’re missing the pilgrims

We haven’t seen a single pilgrim since leaving Santiago and I have to say I am really quite missing them, clacking sticks and everything. The Camino is behind us now and the end of the world lies ahead!

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Stuart Wickes

Stuart's the adventure addict half of the team, always trying to persuade the family to get out, do more, go further. As co-founder and co-director he handles the business, creative, design, technical and publishing aspects of the project. He is our chief photographer and videographer. With training as a professional learning and development consultant. an engineer and musician, his contribution is eclectic and unpredictable!

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