I’m a big fan of Andrew Suzuki’s work on the Camino de Santiago. His two series – Don’t Stop Walking and Beyond The Way have been massive hits over on Facebook. We have already been treated to Season One of Don’t Stop Walking, which is a pilgrim’s guide to the Camino de Santiago. A handy digest of do’s and don’t’s which will surely point you in the right direction during your planning. If you haven’t seen Season One – go do so now!! I’ll wait until you finish….
Now you are ready to start watching Season Two. Episode One contains a top ten list of essential foods you need to try while in Spain and Portugal (No, pulpo though!!), while episode Two breaks down the top ten extremely small items that you must bring with you on your Camino. What I like about his videos is his sense of humour, you are guaranteed to have a smile on your face at the end. Plus, you will be eager to watch the next episode!!
More information can be found on his website: www.beyondtheway.net.
Yes. Not a fish eater? The pulpo in Galicia is an acquired taste too. But I agree, where were the vegetables? The pimentos patron were wonderful. That and kale in Caldo Galego were the only veggies we found beyond Salad mixta (lettuce with tuna on top). You are right. There can’t be many vegetarians in Spain/Portugal.
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Oh no I love the pulpo but a little surprised it was not on the list. I tend to eat salada mixta for lunch and have a larger meal at night. It is tough being a vegetarian or even a vegan while on Camino. Pasta, salads and chips would be pretty much their only menu for the day.