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  • 7 décembre 2019
    Bernard Delhomme

    Imagine this... You wake in an unfamiliar bed that is one in a nightly series of unfamiliar rooms. Relative strangers wake, dress, and brush their teeth next to you in the pre-dawn hours. After lacing up your well-worn shoes, you strap on the backpack that holds the entirety of your possessions for this multi-week, or multi-month, pilgrimage. You walk outside and fall in step with your fellow pilgrims, all of whom are headed to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Your only task for the day is to walk. You stop periodically for food, drink, and rest. You meet other pilgrims, many of whom become friends. But mostly, you put one foot in front of the other until you reach that evening’s destination and another unfamiliar bed. Along The Way of Saint James yellow arrows guide you, indicating which way to walk on this ancient pilgrimage route called the Camino de Santiago. In Finding the Way, Morrison shares honest, personal, and often humorous anecdotes from her pilgrimage. More than 100 fantastic images from the Camino de Santiago illustrate her stories.