A long, long walk

This is going to be the last post I write for the next seven weeks. Fear not, however, because I’ve been writing every day for the last seven weeks, so that new articles and content will be released every three days until the beginning of May!

Actually, I sometimes feel like I’m just talking to myself here, since I have practically no readers at this point. I don’t mind though, because I’m just getting started. I’m confident in the content I’m releasing, and I know that my writing and artistic skills are only going to improve the more I work. And anyway, I’m having loads of fun.

I won’t be writing for the next seven weeks is because I’m embarking on a journey. The first few days will be spent in Riga with my mother and sister, and then I’ll head over to Albania, where I’m meeting up with my girlfriend Sylvía, and we’re going to spend two weeks discovering that relatively obscure country.

After Sylvía flies back home to Iceland, I’ll be flying over to Bayonne in the south-west of France, from there I’ll take a train to Saint Jean Pied-de-Port. That’s where I’ll start a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and beyond.

Its a long, long walk. More than 800 kilometers. I’m a bit nervous, since I’ve never walked that far in a single stretch, but at the same time I know it will be an excellent opportunity for adventure, expanding my comfort zone, and meditative self-inquiry.

So that’s all for this last post, wish me luck on my trip!

Until next time, much love.

 

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