Mid fifties is time for Travel
We are Doron and Sharon- in our mid-fifties, parents to three beloved young men.
We feel very fortunate to travel together through life and we try to make the most out of it. A good trip starts with the process of planing. Usually it take us a few months to prepare a journey to unknown countries. It gives us lot of pleasure and build the excitement. Than comes the joy of seeing different cultures through fresh eyes and the encounter with new people. Having said that, we rarely miss the opportunity to return to memorable places. It’s through traveling and hiking that we discover new sides of ourselves and of the world around us.
We believe that ‘God is in the small details’. Being ‘fineshmakers’ we keep searching for those little, unique things and moments that will leave a special feeling in our hearts. It might be a beautiful trail, a well cooked breakfast, a breathtaking observation, old tree in the woods …
This summer we had a great time in Hokkaido. We visited the National parks, climbed volcano’s, hiked in the woods and took part in Furano festival. In Tohoko we enjoyed the most colorful and vivid festivals. We loved the Aomori Nebuta matsuri, the Akita kanto festival, Hirosaki and Sendai festivals.
Camino Le Puy
On September 2018 we began our walk on the Camino Santiago de Compostela. We walked on September the first stage from Le Puy to Conques and it left us with intense longing to return and keep hiking.
September 2019 was the third stage on this beautiful way. We returned to Auvillar and went all the way to Roncesvalles (Napoleon’s route) .
Two and a half years have passed, Covid 19 stoped the world but the moment has come…. Very excited we start the Camino del Norte.
August 2022 – Irun to Pasaia de san Juan
Join us, read our blog and share with us our fineshmaker’s choices of the remarkable moments
** If you are interested in reading something from my professional field
(Psychotherapy) , you are invited to enter the following links:
“Hall of broken mirrors” https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00207284.2018.1455054
“A group journey- to Hell and Back”