14 days…#keepwriting

Let me take you back to Saturday, March the 14th. Coronavirus was in the news here in Ireland however we were free to travel and see folks (oh I miss those days!). I went to the Camino Information Centre for the day and walked back to the centre of town to catch my train. At …

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Your Stories, Your Camino – Máire Keane

I have received quite a few e-mails from readers wanting to write a few words about their Camino experience. Thank you to everyone who has written or are considering writing. I hope to continue this series on a weekly basis. The first post comes from Máire Keane. Máire walked the final 100 km of the Camino Frances …

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The Camino Through my Eyes #5 – Sindre Sandvik

The Camino Through my Eyes series returns for a fifth time and I'm sure you'll enjoy this post. I began this series way back in October 2015 with the hope of helping you, the reader, in your preparations for walking one of the Camino routes. I have asked a series of questions to a number of …

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The Camino Through My Eyes #4 – Maggie Woodward

The "Camino Through My Eyes" series is becoming a big success and I'd like to thank you all for stopping by. It's interesting reading other people's perspectives and it sure backs up the phrase "No two Caminos are the same". Last week's contribution from Terry McHugh has seen quite a bit of traffic since I posted it. …

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The Camino Through My Eyes #3 – Terry McHugh

Having completed two installments in the "Camino Through My Eyes" series, I am happy to introduce Terry McHugh to you all. Terry has walked numerous Caminos and has written about his times in Spain. I have read many books about the Camino but his book "Walk with the Sun Til Ur Shadow disappears" stands out …

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The Camino Through My Eyes #2 – Wise Monkeys Abroad

I published the first in this series last week and have got a great response so far. It was great to receive Linda's contribution and I'd like to thank her for that. This week, I posed the same questions to a great couple who write over on wisemonkeysabroad.com. Le and David love to travel and …

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The Camino Through My Eyes #1 – SomewhereSlowly.com

If you are one of the many people who are planning a forthcoming Camino de Santiago, the next series of posts may be of valuable use to you. I have asked the owners of blogs I follow to contribute and give their opinions of the Camino. Most of the people own blogs dedicated solely to …

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