Credencial del Peregrino

This was the credencial I carried with me when I walked the English Route of the Camino de Santiago. At every cafe, albuergue, restaurant and church I stopped at along the way was another stamp that marked my journey. Not only did it feel like an achievement at the time, but it is also one… Continue reading Credencial del Peregrino

Walking the Tōkaidō

This fall I started a virtual journey with teachers all around the world. We recorded our walks, runs, and steps and charted our progress on the 318 mile walk across Japan’s famous Tōkaidō, from Tokyo to Kyoto. The Tōkaidō was the Eastern Sea Route that millions of merchants, pilgrims, and travelers walked. We looked at art,… Continue reading Walking the Tōkaidō