It’s almost been a week since I have been on the road. I am starting to find my rhythm and have realized that there is a lot that I want share. Sometimes time is limited or my surroundings only allow for quick posts on Facebook and Twitter.
If you would like to read the most up-to-date and quick updates from my journey here’s a few good ways to do it:
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/JourneyExploringOurWorld
- Twitter: www.twitter.com/uroojqureshi
- Flickr: www.flickr.com/uroojqureshi
I am writing a journal daily and plan to share more reflections, tips, and experiences on living-being.com. I will try to make sure these posts are as frequent as possible. So in the meantime, let’s use social media to keep in touch.
Where I am now:
I started the Camino de Santiago today. I arrived last night at a small, medieval town, St. Jean-Pied-de-Port in the Basque region of France. This morning I walked over 25 km (32 km adjusting for the climb) over the Pyrenees Mountains to an elevation of 1,390 meters. After crossing the border to Spain I gradually descended down to the town of Roncesvalles in the province of Navarra.
Read my reflections from Day 1 of the Camino on Facebook. I look forward to sharing more soon. In the meanwhile, here’s a picture of me in the Pyrenees once I had climbed above the clouds.
On Camino de Santiago, above the clouds in the Pyrenees mountains of France