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Your Stories, Your Camino – Reg and Sue Spittle

Following on from my recent post from Maire Keane, I was delighted to receive an e-mail from Sue Spittle. Both Sue and her husband Reg decided to walk the Camino Frances from Pamplona in 2013. It was their first long-distance walk and their first time with backpacks. It seems they really gained from their time …

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Another fix for Blisters?

There are many different ways to avoid blisters..from wearing the right socks and keeping your feet dry. However, a recent study has found a very cheap and easy fix for a pilgrim’s worst nightmare. Whether, you choose to try it out, I’ll leave it up to you 🙂 http://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/fitness/a-cheap-and-easy-fix-is-found-for-one-of-sports-great-aches-blisters-34623137.html

The Camino de Santiago & Medication

I keep meaning to write about this particular topic but somehow feel that it might not be relevant for the Camino de Santiago. However, we live in a day and age where a good proportion of people are taking medication for one or another condition. For me, it matters, as I take prescription medication on …

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Some great advice from YouTube…

There are literally hundreds of videos on YouTube about the Camino de Santiago, from the very well made to the hastily put together. Each and everyone of them tells their own story. I think YouTube is a great source for information for those reading up on the Camino, as well as blogs and forums. So …

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An interesting way to take in Spanish

I’ve been looking for ways how to improve on my Spanish language. It’s nearly a year since I started taking the language seriously and going to classes. There are may tips and tricks on how to improve including this and this. However, this guy has taken learning a language to a new level. He moved …

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