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For the final stretch, I put on music, enter machine-mode and just walk. The last 5km are brutal; hills and never-ending. My feet are throbbing and angry — my body is beaten but my heart is full. I thought I knew Bilbao — the Camino surprises and leads you to undiscovered corners. Green pastoral scenes. The city council has given the municipal albergue funds to buy pinchos, vino and additional party supplies. Flecha, Flecha, Flecha!! We walk fast; full of purpose and intention — just the way I like it! The day wears on and Jordan gets separated from us. Feet are starting to ache so I switch from boots to Choco sandals. Am I a pilgrim now? The scenery is beautiful; cloudy and rainy but it creates an incredible moody atmosphere. The destination is the famous Albergue of Guemes which apparently oozes Camino spirit goodness. Hard see flechas arrows in the dark! The city is silent and bathed in darkness. Tired but accomplished. France to my apartment in Bilbao. Perfect timing.

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Elevate the heart rate. A lot of road walking. Rinse and repeat. A French pilgrim, Jordan, joins our crew. Endorphins are flowing, music is on point and scenery is spectacular. Headphones are in, music is going, getting energy from the beats. Go all the way. No pilgrims are spotted. The talk is a bit rambling but nonetheless interesting and impressive that he gives it every day. No one is talking or smiling. The Guemes albergue is famous amongst pilgrims on the northern route. I read somewhere that the most pure form of pilgrimage is to walk from your house to Santiago. Frankie is in the zone, m ahead of me with no signs of slowing down. Tomorrow, we go together. Down a steep mountain, into a forgotten industrial village. I instantly like Frankie Francesco and his positive, high energy nature. Sometimes you chat for 5 minutes and say goodbye, other times you walk for 5 days together. Following the zig-zag of arrows through the mountains. There will be festivities! The facilities are cozy but pleasant. The arrow points left — unexpected! Solo Camino! My legs are on the verge of collapse when we finally arrive in the town of Guemes and enter the mythical albergue — another day of nearly 40km. At times, you walk together, at times you separate. The mood improves. My feet are tired and the blisters are real. Music for motivation. The setting is beautiful; rural and remote. The next day is another early start. Every day, the man gives a talk about the albergue and its history, followed by a communal dinner. It is also popular with hiking and cycling enthusiasts. I pass the municipal Albergue and expect to run into other pilgrims. Dozens and dozens of Camino experiences. Stunning views of oceans, beaches, mountains. I awake at 5AM. I meet lots of friendly people. The albergue is essentially a large room packed with 25 bunk beds. Strange vibes, I think to myself. The communal dinner is fantastic, we all gather around tables and eat simple yet hearty food. The purity, simplicity and beauty of getting up each day and walking to a new destination is something that vibrates with my soul. I met people, had adventures, discovered new places, cleared my mind. He had already hiked for a month through France before entering Spain; mainly sleeping in the wilderness using his bivouac. Everything is translated to English by a Dutchman who does the best job he could, but fumbles at times. Arrows are located. There are no other pilgrims around to assist. The Albergue hosts arrive and give us instructions, they start taking our info and stamping our pilgrim passports 1 by 1. Views of the ocean along the Cantabric coast; looming mountains to our left. I realize that the Camino is a drug and I love the way it makes me feel. I consult the map, my phone. There are 2 bathrooms with 1 shower in each. The scenery was pleasant and I enjoyed the hours of hiking every day. The yellow arrows are always close instead of the yellow brick road to OZ, pilgrims follow yellow arrows that lead the way to Santiago. The pain fades away. The knees and feet are feeling it. One week. I continue on the beaten path of el Norte. A confusing signpost — yellow arrows pointing in opposite directions! After hours of walking and 40km, we arrive in a small village of Hazas and secure our spots in a cozy albergue. Four eyes better than two! Another rainy day, but a light, misting rain. The metro would have gotten me to Portugalete in 20 minutes, but that would be cheating. We leave at 6AM! There are so many Caminos to do. I add socks to my chocos to try and ease the pain. It makes sense, you live in a place and you simply start walking to get to your destination. This year it finally happened. Without a doubt, I knew I had to continue the experience, but go deeper. Blisters are forming. The summer air is warm and pleasant. I decide to take the mountain route as opposed to the more boring and easy river route. Fun conversation amongst an improvised team of international pilgrims; mainly discussing different insults in our respective languages. He moves at an incredible pace. In November of , I had my first Camino adventure. I meet a friendly Dutchman that oozes Camino positive energy and talks about wanting to buy land in Northern Spain to settle down here. There is no work for English teachers in August, so all signs pointed to doing the Camino. You never know when you will see someone again, so immediacy and living in the moment is essential. Seeing pilgrims is part of the natural rhythms of my world.