Yay made it through Inktober week 2! Here's my round-up.
Since 1st of October 2019, I am taking part in a drawing challenge called Inktober. During the Inktober challenge participants have to draw and share their daily drawings on Instagram all through the month of October.
Mexico has a variety of pilgrimage routes and sites to choose from: catholic, shamanic, or even death.
Even though Croatia's long distance camino is being created right now, there are plenty of sacred places to visit as a pilgrimage sites. I present the most famous five.
Walking a long distance pilgrimage is a challenge not only for pilgrim's body but also mind. Singing or chanting gives a walking rhythm - your body and mind is in sync.
Mallorca is one of Spain's islands in the Mediterranean sea. Famous for it's stunning and inspiring nature it is quite filled with tourists, but it seems that there are space and place for more or less everyone. If you go outside the biggest cities, you'll find wild nature, many beaches to choose from within reachable … Continue reading Mallorca has a pilgrimage too
As Berlin - Wilsnack route is near where I live, I decided to make a one day pilgrimage and walk Hennigsdorf - Bötzow part of it.
Walking the Camino can be challenging. Here's some obstacles and how I overcame them.
Before starting my research about Native Americans (indigenous people of North America) and their sacred places I had the idea to make a list of all of them. However, the more I read, the more sacred places I discovered, and well, the US is big. These are only a few places from the long list, … Continue reading Pilgrimage in the USA: the Native American ways (Part I)
While researching about the pilgrimage possibilities in Germany I found out that there are a lot of ways to walk. Therefore, not to bore you with a long read I will make a series of articles about Northern Germany's pilgrimage routes, including Ochsenweg, Berlin - Wilsnack, St. Ann's Path, The Bishop's Pilgrimage, Mönchsweg, and Via Baltica.