Weekend Watch #15 – Magwood’s Camino Mozarabe

Phew!..what a busy last few days it has been on ClearskiesCamino!! With the Irish Blog Awards over (big shout out to Wandering On blog for winning the Travel award), I can concentrate on the future for the site. I’m so happy with the support I have received since I started to dedicate a lot more time to the site. I’m still a little baby taking to water compared to the bigger fish in the sea, but I am getting there. However, being nominated for awards like that show that I am going in the right direction. Anyway, I digress..back to this week’s “Weekend Watch”.
I have walked the Camino Frances over a number of years but there are so many other Ways to Santiago. If you are looking for a little solitude and are weary of the crowds on the Frances, you could give the Camino Mozarabe a try. It starts in Malaga in the south of Spain and works its way up to the Via de la Plata and onwards to Santiago. If you choose to walk it, you will be lucky to meet a fellow pilgrim on the same day. So yes, solitude is what it gives you.
Maggie Woodward decided to walk it in April from Malaga and has made a great video of her 52 days and 1000km+ trip. I watched it recently and was blown away. It is definitely one for the future.

Maggie will be contributing to the blog on Tuesday in my “Camino Through My Eyes” series so keep an eye out for that. Her blog with full details of her Camino Frances and Camino Mozarabe can be found at magwood.me. I would strongly encourage any future pilgrim to visit it for tips and advice.

Enjoy your weekend!

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7 thoughts on “Weekend Watch #15 – Magwood’s Camino Mozarabe

  1. Hi @setmeravelles and David. Thanks for the post and the nice comments. Also blogging from the camino is https://highlandhind.wordpress.com walking the camino Portuguese. She is a wonderful writer and photographer, and I have also been following along with tritetales – another great blogger. Just dreaming about my next camino (Norte) as I look out of the window in dreary Bristol.

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