I would get up around 6:30am, and set off walking, stopping at the first cafe/bar for a fresh orange juice and breakfast. I would walk until around 2pm most days, find an albergue, grab my bunk bed, and set about my afternoon routine. It goes something like this: shower, change into my one set of fresh clothes, handwash my walking clothes in an outside tub of cold water, hang out to dry, head into the village, grab a beer, walk about another 2km around the township making sure I saw everything I wanted to, then head back to the albergue for a communal dinner at 7pm, and in bed by around 8:30pm. This routine is exactly the same for 30 days straight.
I walked the first Camino with a 30litre pack, but my second Camino was in the mountains, so walked with a 40 litre pack so I had more room to carry the odd bit of food incase there was no supplies or shops during the day.