Hi folks and here is another weekend watch for you all..the first of February. My offering to you this week is fairly old in comparison to my other videos but it is high in quality. The uploader has put a massive amount of work into this series. Gunnar Walgraeve, a pilgrim from Holland, has put together a great collection of clips from his time on the French Way. Here is the first clip from St Jean to Zubiri. It is in Dutch, but it is subtitled in English. It brought back great memories of my time climbing the Pyrenees in September 2014. You can browse through the rest of his collection afterwards on his home page. Enjoy!
It’s the weekend again and with that news, I bring you a new video! It’s the 24th of this series. This video was taken in May 2015, when I was on the Camino, but was uploaded to Youtube in the last week or so. It contains photos of a couple’s walk through Navarra from Zubiri to Zizur Menor, through Larrosoana and Pamplona. Enjoy!
Now that Christmas and New Year is over, I have finally arrived back to normality. I seemed to have let the Weekend Watch series drop for the last while so the first video of 2016 is from a guy who has been uploading one minute videos from his Camino. This is unique. What I like about the video is there is no talking, we just get the sights. At the moment, the uploader has 7 videos on YouTube, his first one is below:
Guys, I’ve stumbled on gold!
I’ve found this gem of a video and I wanted to post it so you can see what I mean. I am a big fan of time-lapse videos but when you find one created on the Camino, it is extra special. The maker of this one has put a lot of work into this video with shots from St. Jean Pied de Port to Pamplona. I’m sure you all recognise these scenes if you have walked the Camino but it takes patience to sit in the same spot for hours on end while time passes.
Watch for yourselves…
Hi all from a still stormy Dublin. It’s Saturday again and 20 days until Christmas Day! My weekly video for you is one from the Camino Ingles. It is short, at 5 minutes, and what struck me was how quiet it is. I have been looking for videos from the Ingles over the last few weeks and Vimeo and Dailymotion seem to have the best selection. Enjoy!