Spain. Oliva, Tuesday 18 October 2016

This photograph, and the one that follows, was only possible thanks to Pau (Perales de Sinope) who I was visiting in Denia. When I told Pau that I was walking from Gandia, he naturally assumed that I would be taking the “Vias Verdes” where possible: http://www.viasverdes.com/en/principal.asp I was ashamed to admit, that in all of the research I had done before embarking on this trip … Continue reading Spain. Oliva, Tuesday 18 October 2016

Spain. Vinaros, Wednesday 5 October 2016

  I don’t normally splash out on “luxuries” during my walks. However, some *very* kind people donate a few pennies so that I can do so. So courtesy of the lovely Karen Servadei, I sat down in the Café Mozart in Vinaros, and enjoyed a wee “cortado”. And what a cafe it is. Dark wooden panelling; small lights on every table; and the walls are … Continue reading Spain. Vinaros, Wednesday 5 October 2016

Spain. The Road to Sant Carles de la Rapita, Monday 3 October 2016

  Meet Marie! We met on the long (and, frankly, rather boring) road between Amposta and Sant Carles de la Rapita. Starting out from Copenhagen, Marie is spending 3 months cycling all over Europe. With her late Grandfather’s cap on her handlebars (he didn’t get to see much of Europe in his lifetime – he’s seeing it all now though, through the eyes of his … Continue reading Spain. The Road to Sant Carles de la Rapita, Monday 3 October 2016

Spain. Girona, Sunday 7 August 2016

My 500-mile walk down the Mediterranean coast of Spain in pictures (38 – so it only takes 5 mins to read): https://www.facebook.com/kiltedwalker/posts/903551669778464 Girona. Where it all started in August. My first Spanish Couchsurfing host, Laura, who restored my faith in the next generation. Laura has just finished 5 years of medical study – and plans to specialise in Neurology (so she had a special interest … Continue reading Spain. Girona, Sunday 7 August 2016