With just under one month to go, my excitement level for this upcoming adventure is rising steadily every day. We leave Tel Aviv on June 13th! I can hardly believe it.
Before I go on with this article I need to make some corrections to my last piece about the Camino. First of all, I gave you the incorrect name of the city from which we will begin our trek. It is called Pamplona. The second correction is that we end up at the Atlantic, not the Mediterranean. Forgive me for providing incorrect information. Truly, as a health professional, that’s just not acceptable.
So, as the date quickly approaches, I’m busy ensuring I have everything I need for this walk. That would include all of the necessary paperwork, passport, applicable other cards and my phone and tablet. While I’m away I’ll be connecting with my clients via Skype, Messenger, or Duo and I’m so grateful for technology.
The baggage won’t be large or heavy this time around as there will be no need for multiple changes along the way. We’ll be literally “washing and wearing” repeatedly the same things. For a person who likes to wear different clothes every day, this will be a little challenge. I did score some great sandals to take along for walking as well as my boots (the orange ones I talked about earlier). Rain gear, shorts, tights and some “real” clothes for the times when I need to look like a lady …
Be sure to drop in occasionally to see what I’m up to, view the remarkable scenery, and hear from some of the people I meet along the way.
We’re planning a party to celebrate our departure and we’ll probably have one to celebrate our return. I mean, what better excuse for a party than celebrating the Camino!