Today, Camino Society Ireland launched its inaugural Photo Contest. It is open to all people who have walked the Camino, including the Celtic Camino. Those of you who read my blog would have taken many a photo while on Camino so now is your chance to submit a photo or two if you feel they are worthy.
There are a number of criteria that the picture must meet before you enter. There are 5 categories to choose from before entering 1) Landscape / sights 2) Traditional Food and Drinks 3) Camino marking 4) Culture and 5) Buildings & Architecture and each entry will be judged by 3 highly respected photographers from Dublin.
Winners will have their entries held on display in an exhibition and there are a number of prizes to be awarded for each category.
The great thing about this is pilgrims from outside of Ireland can enter so why not root through your Camino photo collection and consider entering.
Keep an eye on Camino Society Ireland on instagram for further information. Full terms and conditions and how you can enter can be found at www.caminosociety.com/photo-contest.
Just a quick post to let you know that the Camino Society Ireland’s website has been relaunched and redesigned.
The following website addresses will bring you to the same page:
The Camino Society provides a wide range of services.
it provides the only Official Irish Pilgrim Passport (credentials)
it runs a Camino Information Centre in St James Church in Dublin
it provides practical Information days for intending pilgrims, and
it dispatches a newsletter and more
The re-launched website has a new “News & Events” section providing you with updates on Camino-related topics. If there are any walks planned, you will find information here.
Also, the Society are now active on a number of social networks, so please follow them where you can:
Now I’m not sure if we are entering a new era in technology or are we catching up with other cities but Irish Rail is set to introduce wi-fi to all trains in Ireland. That is getting me excited. I really am looking forward to that but there is one snag…..it will cost
The firm’s Chief Executive, Evert Bopp, said passengers could use the service for around €1 an hour or pay a monthly unlimited subscription of €29.
If the connection speed is anything like their train delays, it won’t be much good at all.