Hi folks. Just a quick post to make you aware of Andrew Suzuki's new website "BeyondTheWay.net". Andrew has been creating a documentary via Facebook and YouTube about the Camino and now you can watch these under the one roof. He also provides great tips in his "Don't Stop Walking" videos and he has 5 episodes of... Continue Reading →
There's nothing more I enjoy than reading stories from peregrinos on arriving home. Some have found it life-changing while others not so. I have introduced some of that into this site with "Camino Through My Eyes". However, three guys have put together a great website with many different and varying stories. Nilanj Desai, David Franz and... Continue Reading →
Another weekend has arrived and yes, it can only mean one thing...here's another weekend watch!! :)Here is a great 5 minute summary of a full Camino uploaded to YouTube in the last week. The start of the clip has a great phrase: "Everywhere is within walking distance, if you have the time", which is very... Continue Reading →
It's the weekend once again, folks, and another "weekend watch" is due. This clip shows one man's walk from the start to the end of the Meseta on the Camino Frances. The Meseta is the central Spanish tableland, which divides the Camino Frances between Burgos and Astorga. It is a part of Spain known among pilgrims... Continue Reading →
Travpalapp.com has written a nice article about the finalists of the Irish Blog Awards (Travel). It's great to get a mention. A full list of the finalists can be found there. By the way, the third instalment of "Camino Through My Eyes" will be posted tomorrow. I'm really excited about this one as the questions were taken... Continue Reading →
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-1390742/Walking-Northern-Spains-Camino-Santiago-Compostela-pilgrimage.html Here is an article about the Camino de Santiago in the Daily Mail. It has been a while since I have read anything in the papers about the way. It was published in 2011 by the way.