Michael

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This is a collection of articles written by various CaminoWays consultants

Simple Camino Training Tips

The Camino de Santiago is one of the world’s most famous pilgrim paths with thousands of people walking its many routes every year. Although walking the Camino is something that everyone can achieve, it is important to take the time to prepare and train for your walk. The level of training you need will depend on …

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Portuguese pasteis de nata on the Camino

Camino: Eat, pray, love it

Camino: Eat, pray, love it Spain: The Camino de Santiago caters for all travellers, from pleasure-seekers to pilgrims and foodies, writes Daragh Reddin. camino: Eat, pray, love I’M standing inside the monumental Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, marvelling at its Romanesque interior, when I suddenly find myself surrounded by a group of pilgrims – the staffs …

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Dinner on the Camino

Camino Recipe: Vegetable Paella

Camino Recipe: Vegetable Paella Paella is a traditional rice dish from the Valencia area, in the Eastern part of Spain, but it has become so popular you are likely to find it all over Spain, also along the Camino de Santiago, of course. Ingredients may vary. Our friends from Spanish food and catering specialist company …

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Brandon Wilson writing Along the Templar Trail

Brandon Wilson’s Award-Winning “Along the Templar Trail”

Brandon Wilson’s Award-Winning “Along the Templar Trail” In this time of political grandstanding, it is refreshing to hear about someone who quite literally, “walks the talk.” Recently, author/photographer Brandon Wilson and his 68-year-old French friend completed an eleven-country walk for peace from France to Jerusalem. In doing so, they founded the “Templar Trail.” Wilson’s inspiring …

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Culture Pilgrims in Santiago de Compostela

Culture Pilgrims in Santiago de Compostela, By INGRID K. WILLIAMS ON a cloudy June afternoon after midday Mass in the ornate granite cathedral in the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, the adjacent plaza heaved with tourists, many toting walking sticks and bulging backpacks. For centuries, self-proclaimed pilgrims have trekked dozens and sometimes hundreds of …

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