Fear not, readers. Don’t let the title of the post fool you. You have not time-travelled two days into the future. I am merely posting this early as I missed the “Weekend Watch” last week.
This week’s video was made by fellow blogger and Camino-lover Sindre Sandvik who walked the Camino Frances in full last year. Sindre blogged about his time on the Camino so make sure you read up on how he got on.
These kinds of videos definitely give me the urge to put on my backpack and head back to the Camino.
It’s the weekend again and with that news, I bring you a new video! It’s the 24th of this series. This video was taken in May 2015, when I was on the Camino, but was uploaded to Youtube in the last week or so. It contains photos of a couple’s walk through Navarra from Zubiri to Zizur Menor, through Larrosoana and Pamplona. Enjoy!
Now that Christmas and New Year is over, I have finally arrived back to normality. I seemed to have let the Weekend Watch series drop for the last while so the first video of 2016 is from a guy who has been uploading one minute videos from his Camino. This is unique. What I like about the video is there is no talking, we just get the sights. At the moment, the uploader has 7 videos on YouTube, his first one is below:
It has been a while since Andrew Suzuki uploaded a video but his latest, uploaded yesterday, is his best by far. Entitled “Struggletown. Population, Me”, it reminds us that the Camino is not all fun and games and can be tough. In Andrew’s case, his depression took hold and wouldn’t let go. However, he met a fellow peregrino with another kind of struggle. I can relate to this video in a way. I’m sure there are many things I could accomplish if fear of failure or fear itself wasn’t holding me back.
Andrew’s documentary is by far my favourite Camino-related documentary. You can view previous episodes here.
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 true. I long to have the time to walk 1000km. It’s great that the uploader managed to take clips of the running of the bulls in Pamplona and some of the festivities in Navarra.
You can find my Camino de Santiago playlist on YouTube and the full “Weekend Watch” archive is located here.