Biking Camino de Santiago Spain

Roadside Cafe

Written by Stuart Wickes

Roadside Cafe

Stuart Profile SmallNeeds must and with temperatures topping 100 F and the ensuing risk of road rage, we have decided to confine our cycling to early mornings and late evenings, with a siesta in the afternoons.

Late last night, caught out in the closing dark, on an unexpectedly queer climb, we ended up camping in some scrub by the road side. Like I say, needs must.

Sunset on the Camino de Santiago

Sunset on the Camino de Santiago

It doesn’t seen to bother the kids who are as happy having breakfast by the roadside as in a cafe. And thank goodness.

Roadside Camp on Camino de Santiago

Roadside Camp on Camino de Santiago

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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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