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Camino de Santiago lingo

Heading to the Camino soon? We have put together a short and  fun guide to the most useful Camino de Santiago lingo, a few sentences

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Walking Distance, a Camino memoir

David Hlavsa heads the Theatre Arts Department at St Martin’s University in Lacey, Washington. His Camino memoir Walking Distance: Pilgrimage, Parenthood, Grief and Home Repairs remembers his

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Vegetarian on the Camino

Being a vegetarian on the Camino de Santiago can pose itself as a bit of a challenge at times. Pilgrims who adopt a pescetarian diet (ie.

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A Clean Camino

Un Paso Limpio (a clean step) is a very interesting and worthy campaign promoting a clean Camino de Santiago, recently launched by various St James

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Lucia’s Camino journey

Lucia Ebbs, Fundraising Manager with CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young), walked the Camino from Sarria to Santiago with other CRY members to raise funds for

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FAQ: What is a casa rural?

A Casa Rural, also referred to as Country Cottage in our Camino de Santiago tours, is a very specific type of accommodation. It is a relatively

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Join our Camino talks in July

Join the and team for our free talks in Ireland. This month we are heading to Yeats Country to host our first Camino

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Useful Portuguese for your Camino

On the Camino de Santiago, you will meet many fellow pilgrims from all over the globe, speaking many different languages.  While you might meet many English-speaking

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Sign-up June 2015 Prep Walk

Join the team for our guided Sunday walk on Sunday 28th June. This month we are heading to Prince William Seat, in the Wicklow

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The Camino in 10 Dishes

The many routes of the Camino de Santiago cross different regions (in some cases countries), each with its own traditions, culture and food. If you

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