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Me llega hoy un correo con la foto que adjunto. Y en él, una pregunta: “¿Te acuerdas de la mochila del Camino de Santiago?” La verdad es que no me acuerdo. Y no lo siento. Sentiría acor…

Lo esencial para un peregrino

Me llega hoy un correo con la foto que adjunto. Y en él, una pregunta: “¿Te acuerdas de la mochila del Camino de Santiago?” La verdad es que no me acuerdo. Y no lo siento. Sentiría acor…

There is not much to plan in order to do el Camino de Santiago. In fact that is one of its biggest advantages. If you have some free time, like university summer holidays, work holidays or even a long weekend or bank holiday and you don’t have anything planned before hand this is your chance to do the Camino de Santiago.                   One can just walk a part of the Camino de Santiago in Spain, maybe just 3 or 4 stages, if you don’t have much time. It doesn’t matter; the important thing…

Walk the Camino Santiago, a 500 mile journey through northwestern Spain that has been a pilgrimage route since the Middle Ages.

Camino de Santiago: Depending on the time of year and the specific route chosen, you will encounter everything from snowy alpine climates to dry hot landscapes. Some parts of the pilgrimage take you alongside busy highways and roads with little romance (and sometimes a rather dangerous path), and other parts wind through vast fields and quaint towns.

One Hell of a Long Walk: Trekking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela - Vagabondish

San Juan de Ortega church, Camino de Santiago de Compostela, Navarra, SPAIN

San Juan de Ortega church, Camino de Santiago de Compostela, Navarra, SPAIN

Welcome to one of the oldest and most important Christian pilgrimage routes in the world! Madrid * Foncebadon * Iron Cross * O Cebreiro * Sarria * Portomarmn * Palas de Rei * Arzua * Arca do Pino * Monte do Gozo * Santiago de Compostela (St. James), Catholic Pilgrimages, Secular and Independent Travel are invitations from God to visit spiritual locations and signposts left behind by God. Travel with Catholic Priests and celebrate Mass daily while visiting religious locations / Unesco Word…

Welcome to one of the oldest and most important Christian pilgrimage routes in…

As you walk the camino you carry a “passport” that you have stamped at albergues, certain restaraunts, or by random people trying to sell you things along the path.

Figs, water and love are offered here to tired and thirsty pilgrims on the outskirts of Logrono.

One of the pilgrim hostels on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela

One of the pilgrim hostels - sleeping alongside 100 strangers- Way de Compostela

One of the newest adventures I would love to take before I kick the bucket is to do the pilgrimage through Spain. It is said to be one of the best spiritual adventures you could ever take.

Wines of the Camino de Santiago- Wine Tasting along the Saint James Pilgrimage

Pilgrim (el camino de santiago): Walking th "way of Saint James" is on my all-time bucket list.

I will be this guy when I retire from where I am currently working. Pilgrim (el camino de santiago): Walking th "way of Saint James" is on my all-time bucket list.

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The routes of the Camino de Santiago, including the famous routes like the camino frances and the camino del norte, as well as other alternative routes.

Portomarín --this church was moved from the valley below stone by stone.  Each  one was numbered and then transported by hand by pilgrims on the camino to be rebuilt in the new Portomarin

Portomarín --this church was moved from the valley below stone by stone. Each one was numbered and then transported by hand by pilgrims on the camino to be rebuilt in the new Portomarin

Off the Road: A Modern-Day Walk Down the Pilgrimage Route into Spain by Jack Hitt

"Off the Road" by Jack Hitt (frequent storyteller on "This American Life"), & the movie "The Way" is based in part on this book.

Cruz de Ferro - The cross of iron is a place where pilgrims of the Camino often leave behind something symbolic, a stone, a ribbon, a prayer.

Cruz de Ferro - highest place an the Camino to Santiago de Compostela

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