Getting Started

I called the meal we had last night “The Last Supper” as I am not sure when the next decent meal will come. One of the things that concerns me is what will be available to eat. I am envisioning lo...

Day 1

  In Camino terms it was not very far today but it ended up being a long one. It took awhile to find the starting point. Thankfully a young lady was able to find it tucked away in a back street. ...

Day 2

Trail 20 today which continues up the north west coast of the island. I was thinking that the urban sprawl would gradually disappear but it seems to go on forever. Thankfully the trail avoids commerc...

Day 3

  The comment has often been made that walking allows you time to think and reflect. I think that was more the case on the Camino than in this walk. In the Camino there were long stretches of sam...

Day 4

  The day began with a sea mist engulfing the island. It gave things an eerie appearance. The trail around Udo is only 11 kms but I was still surprised how quickly the hike went even with the cli...

Day 5

  Thursday What a long hard day! There was not much variety day just a lot of pavement along side a coastal road. Mind you, I did bring it upon myself deciding that I wasn’t going to take the a...

Day 6

  It was an early start this morning, on the road at 6 am. Light enough to find my way but only just. Tried not to wake the neighbourhood which was a challenge as the chorus of dogs followed my p...

Reflection

  Walking Jeju was a wonderful experience, beyond expectations! As a warm up for the Camino Portuguese it was valuable. The shoes were great. They were light and airy but with soles that could wi...