If you wish to carry your mobile phone on the Camino, or have in the past, then the following resources may prove useful to you. Some argue that the information in Brierley's book is sufficient but in this day and age when every ounce in your backpack is counted, there is a case for leaving... Continue Reading →
You know you have an addiction on your hands when you find yourself wandering on the Camino de Santiago on Google street view. If you have time on your hands, it is possible to "walk" vast chunks of the Camino from the safety of your living room. It is far less exciting, for sure, but... Continue Reading →
Let's call this a Christmas present to myself!! I own a few guides to the Camino de Santiago. You can read about them in a previous post here. The most well-known of these is the John Brierley guide. Some people swear by it, others don't. I'm in the latter category. I brought it along with me... Continue Reading →
Throughout my past Caminos, I've stayed in mostly great Albergues, some average, but I've had no complaints. Here is a map I have created of all of the places I have stayed. During my first Camino in 2011, I stayed in pensions just in case you are wondering about the lack of albergues 🙂 This... Continue Reading →
I have created a google map of all the albergues between St Jean to Belorado. I'll be using this in May instead of a manual. Wifi can be plentiful and you are saving yourself a little weight by not bringing a book with you. Feel free to make use of it if you like
Albergues I have stayed in... I have drawn up a map of the albergues I have stayed in during my previous three caminos. Some pensions, some private albergues but all enjoyable.