Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Once upon a time, I conceived the mad idea to retrace a part of the medieval pilgrimage route through Northern Spain, throwing in a few days in Barcelona, a junket to the shopping mall known as the country of Andorra, and a ramble across the Pyrenees for good measure. In September 2006, a friend and I and 40 strangers set off on an eventful (not always in a good way...) journey from Barcelona to Madrid...


Mair said...

This is such an interesting Blog. The pictures and the descriptions are "Endlessly fascinating!" :) Thanks so much for taking the time to share your wonderful trip. I hope you will be able to share pictures and comments from your other trips.
Take care,

Nona said...


Your lovely photos are "endlessly fascinating!" What an incredible trip! Thanks so much for sharing these. Please, may we have some more?


Diana said...

Sorry, Nona, but this is what was worth looking at from this trip. However, as soon as I finish a birthday gift for a soon-to-be-75-year-old, I'll start work on the Vietnam and Cambodia photos, all 980 of them...might take a while!

TJ said...

Facinating! Thanks for sharing Diana. How nice is it that you retired so you could share your world travels with us! The artistic beauty built in something so massive, that has with stood the hands of time just amazes me. We have nothing like that here (as you well know) Thank you so much for sharing.

So, where are the rest of the pictures?

Diana said...

Did you click "older posts" at the bottom of each page? If not, you've missed most of 'em!

Thanks for stopping by!

Maine Artist said...

What a great trip! and pictures. Tx, L
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