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#TripLit: Paris to the Pyrenees

In recent years the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, has gained a certain cachet. Books have been written on it; movies have been made about it. Almost invariably, the focus of these accounts has been the Spanish portion of the pilgrimage, culminating with arrival at the cathedral in Santiago itself. David Downie offers a different take on an ancient legend.

Zihuatanejo: traditional Mexican Pacific coast town

Text and images by Diane LeBowBe sure and check out my accompanying article about neighboring village la Barra de PotosiZihuatanejo, a town on the Pacific coast of Mexico, between Ixtapa and Acapulco, has moved over the years from goddess...
Sunset in Zihuatanejo

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