Buying socks from the old man in Castrojeriz Started by alexwalker Nov 20, Replies: Paris is famous for its breathtaking architecture and cultural lifestyle, thanks to the many museums and theatres as well as the romantic historical centre on the river Seine I'm planning to walk the Camino Frances in September and wanted to ask if as a gay man that it's ok to do so? He loves camino's and the friendship they bring out in people. This is a desert oasis which offers something for everyone. And, as they say, "Who am I to judge?
After we returned home, another Camino friend sent us a link to a newspaper article in which he was interviewed.
Gay Guide Santiago de Compostela
Brian - dress in rainbows and wear feathers in your hair - who cares? He is also one of the Camino friends we have stayed in touch with since last year. Maybe once or twice. For the people who ask how would anyone know that someone was gay - how about regular old getting-to-know-you conversation? OLDER threads on this topic. Like I said, rural Spain can be very traditional and conservative. It makes it easy to book a bed along the way.
There was a young couple in the other room. Maybe some of them knew who I am, but they said nothing. My experience of Camino's is sinceI did not read up prior to my 1st one had no historical or religious pattern to follow and when I walked the Norte from Santander was overwhelmed by the openness and friendliness that I encountered along the way. I'm straight and they better not try and stop me. If you do have any negative experiences they will be far outweighed by the positive. As I found out when I walked the Camino the colour of ones skin,ones age etc did not matter ,everyone just pulls together for the common good,let your only worry be your feet!!!!!