Looking Back – Camino Frances 2011 #2

Below are a number of photos from our stroll from Portomarin to Palas de Rei. I remember it being a very cloudy day and there were a number of showers, however, we were getting closer to Santiago! As you can see, the Xunta were working on the Camino in a number of areas at the …

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Looking Back – Camino Frances 2011 #1

Ah 2011. I was younger, Spain was just another country...and the Camino? The what now? Yes, you heard me correctly. June 2011 was to be my first time on the Camino Frances and I walked with a merry bunch of folks from Dublin in aid of a great charity. Below are just a few photos …

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Some interesting Podcasts about the Camino…

While there are literally hundreds of videos on YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion about planning, preparation and walking the Camino, I have noticed an increase in the amount of podcasts. Podcasting is basically a form of audio broadcasting on the Internet. You can download the file in question and listen to it at your own time. …

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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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7 Things I Learned On Camino De Santiago | Tarek Riman

I spotted this article online written by a journalist after he had completed the Camino Frances. Yes, but there are hundreds of these articles, I hear you say....! However, the points he has made have hit the nail on the head about what the Camino is, in my opinion. Recently, I packed 2 small bags, …

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So what are the alternatives to a busy Camino Frances..

Hi folks, just a quick post about something that has been on my mind of late. The Camino has been very busy so far this year (Jubilee Year) and I've been asking myself the above question. When people mention the Camino, they are talking about the Way that takes you from the foothills of the Pyrenees …

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Weekend Watch #28 – Sindre-Almost’s Camino

Fear not, readers. Don't let the title of the post fool you. You have not time-travelled two days into the future. I am merely posting this early as I missed the "Weekend Watch" last week. This week's video was made by fellow blogger and Camino-lover Sindre Sandvik who walked the Camino Frances in full last …

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