Towns Along The Way – “F”

Welcome back! I hope you are enjoying this series and your memory is being refreshed! It certainly is helpful for me and interesting to see the many different types of accommodation being provided since I started walking way back in 2011. Hopefully, this won't be the last "TATW" post of 2019 as I am on …

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For those on the Camino Ingles shortly…

Betanzos...a town rich in Celtic history sits on the Camino Ingles between Ferrol and Santiago. It lies beside the Mandeo river and is a place to stop and look around once you have your day's walking over. I am due to arrive here on the 9th of May and having seen so many great photos …

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Camino Society Ireland hike – Ticknock Woods – 1st July 2017

65 days. The countdown to my next Camino continues and I long for the day I throw on my backpack and find the first arrow. I can then let the simple life take over and let the walking do the talking. It's not long away, that's for sure, so any practice hike until the 4th …

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All Along The Banks of the Royal Canal

On Saturday, I took a stroll along the Royal Canal Way with the Camino Prep / Training meetup group. We started in Maynooth and made for Dublin, which is 28 kms in total. The Royal Canal Way is a 144-kilometre (89-mile) trail that follows the towpath of the canal from Spencer Dock in Dublin's docklands to …

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Camino Finisterre 2016 – Day 6-7 – To Santiago & Home

Camino 2016 – Day 6-7 – To Santiago & Home – September 7th & 8th It had to come to an end.... I had a restless sleep the previous night. A large group came in to the dorm at 3am from gathering at the cape. I didn't blame them though. It's the last night. Maybe if I …

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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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