A lot is reported about the Caminos, many questions are asked and for all those who go the way for the first time it is an uncertain time. Thousands of opinions, reports, subjective expressions that could hardly be more different and everyone has his or her own personal motive to take one of these paths. But for each one of them it is always their point of view, and that is good, because that is what makes these paths so interesting.
It is always said, "many roads lead to Rome". This is especially true when you set off for Santiago de Compostela. No matter which way you choose, when you reach Santiago de Compostela, stand in front of the cathedral and hold the Compostela in your hands, all the effort and effort will be forgotten.
Often years of planning, the time of anticipation, and then the last days until the start of the journey, which simply did not want to pass. But suddenly the time has come. The weeks on the Camino follow, which are marked by ups and downs, the great encounters and above all getting to know oneself. As soon as you got used to the road, you arrived in Santiago, and actually the time went by much too fast. An indescribable feeling of pride and satisfaction spreads.
It is done.
But also gratitude, respect and humility towards the path, and above all to those who are committed to the well-being of have accepted pilgrims.