Angela Runci

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20 Life Lessons I Have Learned from Travel

20 Life Lessons I’ve Learned from Travel<p>The arrival of the new year has gotten me thinking a lot about the past year of travels – in fact the past …

Exploring our Backyard: Granada, Spain

I’ve realized that we hardly write about our home base Granada here — perhaps it’s because we’re so familiar with it that we sometimes forget how …

Walking the Camino: Day One Updates

The sky was tinged with purple streaks and the clouds were hanging low when we set off for our Camino pilgrimage this morning. It was barely dawn but …

Planning the Camino: Why I'm Walking 300km

This week, I’m off on a new adventure: <b>I’m walking 310 km (192 miles) across northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago.</b><p>I had learned about the Camino …

Walking the Camino: Getting Injured on Day Two – Wild Junket Adventure Travel Blog

<b>Fatal error</b>: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function parse_api_response() on null in …

Walking the Camino: Highs and Lows

Over the past few days, I’ve experienced what has been perhaps the most intense moments of high and low within such a short time frame. After having …

Walking the Camino: The Final Stretch – Wild Junket Adventure Travel Blog

Tonight we will begin our last hike to Santiago de Compostela – the destination for most Camino pilgrims. Many people have recommended us do a night …

Walking the Camino: Reaching our Destination, Santiago de Compostela!

The final walk from Pedrouzo into Santiago de Compostela was possibly the hardest one we did. Walking at night was plenty of fun at first as we …

Walking the Camino de Santiago: A Complete Guide

As a well-known long-distance trek, the Camino de Santiago is a network of pilgrimage routes running across Europe, all leading to the city of …

What's a Real Man Anyway?

Raised in a culture that praised machismo above all else, I had to answer that question for myself.<p>WHEN I WAS 12 years old, I watched as my father fell to the ground one night in the middle of coaching soccer practice, having just torn his Achilles tendon.<p>I then watched him hobble to our car, get …

Love and the Single Girl

Modern love can be summed up in one quick status update: It's complicated. In the final edition of a three-part series, we explore life on the front lines of singledom. For more insight, read these essays on love and race and love and money.<p>Putting themselves first and a wedding ring second, a new …