Botafumeiro, Tiraboleiros, and Finis Terrae | Pablo Cigoy | Camino de Santiago 

Pilgrims’ Mass at #SantiagoDeCompostela Cathedral. #Botafumeiro and #Tiraboleiros in action. ==> #Repost @pablo.cigoy

[ESP] Una meta más cumplida… Una caminata de 800km durante un mes… Diagnóstico: ampollas, chinches, gripe, dolores de rodilla, y esguince en el tobillo

Resultado: Felicidad absoluta de haber vivido experiencias hermosas, conocer gente maravillosa y aprender más de la vida y de mí mismo, dejando En claro mis próximos pasos a seguir…

Así termina/empieza está aventura.

Próximamente nuevas locuras!! 😀

#buencamino

#botafumeiro #Catedral #SantiagodeCompostela #caminodesantiago #km0 #graciastotales

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Friday Mass at #SantiagoDeCompostela Cathedral. #Botafumeiro and #Tiraboleiros in action. ==> #Repost @ pablo.cigoy

A more accomplished goal … A 800km walk for a month … Diagnosis: blisters, bedbugs, flu, knee pain, and sprained ankle

Result: Absolute happiness of having lived beautiful experiences, meeting wonderful people and learning more about life and myself, leaving in clear my next steps to follow …

Thus ends / begins this adventure.

Soon new insanities !! : D

#good way

#botafumeiro #Catedral #Santiago deCompostela #caminodesantiago # km0 #graciastotales


Pablo Cigoy continued his hike until Finis Terrae, the End of the Earth. 



From this point in a clear day you can see the  Atlantic Ocean. #Finisterre

Pilgrim Paulum Cigoy arrived to Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela | Camino de Santiago

[ESP] Con mucha emoción llegué a mí destino!!! Quiero agradecerle a TODOS por estar pendientes de mí aventura! Fueron 30 días hermosos e inolvidables… GRACIAS y mil GRACIAS!!! 🙏🏻


With great emotion I arrived at my destination !!! I want to thank EVERYONE for following my adventure! It was 30 beautiful and unforgettable days … THANKS and THANK YOU !!! 


– Pablo Cigoy. Scouter, hiker, chef and now Pilgrim of Santiago de Compostela. Goal accomplished! 

Fires, rain, and a Scout neckerchief | Pablo Cigoy | Camino de Santiago

Once a Scout always a Scout. Pablo Cigoy And his #ScoutsArgentina neckerchief travel together.


[ESP] Hay más de 200 focos de incendio En Galicia, pasé a 50m de uno … Estoy rogando de que llueva! 🙏🏻 

Fires in Galicia. Praying for rain.


The rain finally came tohelp extinguishing    the fires. 

[ESP] Buenas tardes!! Cada vez más cerca! Mañana caminaré solo 28 km, quedando a una distancia de 12 para poder llegar el día jueves a las 10 am aproximadamente y poder disfrutar de la misa del peregrino! 😁

Day 4 Jefferson to Deep Gap (17 Miles) | Melissa Kay Thompson | Mountains to Sea Trail (MST)

Bridges and rivers are great ways to connect places and people. We find them everywhere. Bridges build engagement as we cross them, go under them, or wait for draw bridges to open or close. Whatever your mode of transportation, foot, bike, boat, car, truck, bus, or train, let’s keeping using and admiring bridges.

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Blue Ridge Mountains. Mountain To Sea Trail, North Carolina.

Two more relaxing photos from Melissa’s Day 4. Keep hiking.

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Keep following @hikerqueen3d for more amazing photos while hiking…and eating. 🙂

Boots, walking sticks, food, and … inspirational signs | Pablo Cigoy | Camino de Santiago

“A 115 de Santiago! Cada vez más cerca…” – Pablo Cigoy.


115.653 kilometers to Santiago de Compostela. His photos are showing a variety of important outdoors lessons. You have to have the proper equipment, make new friends and help each other, and get inspired. It is a time to pray, meditate, and get connected to the important things of life. Buen Camino.

Day 2 Bluff Mountain to Jefferson (17 Miles) | Melissa Kay Thompson | Mountains to Sea Trail (MST), North Carolina

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Melissa K. Thompson continues her long trail. Mountains to Sea Trail (MST), North Carolina