Jeremy

Written by Jeremy

Jeremy is the General Manager of CaminoWays.com. He hails from Co. Wicklow, Ireland, and began his career in the travel industry by organising and leading bespoke walking and horse treks across North and South Africa, Europe, the USA, and the Middle East. With over 20 years of experience in the Irish and global travel markets, Jeremy is a seasoned professional known for his strong communication skills and keen attention to detail in all aspects of business. He is driven by a desire to succeed and thrive in a dynamic business environment, consistently demonstrating excellent commercial acumen and a focus on financial performance. Passionate about innovation, Jeremy enjoys developing new ideas to keep ahead of market trends. His ability to work with multiple stakeholders, combined with his leadership and relationship-building skills, ensures effective team collaboration. Jeremy’s creative and unique approach stems from his continuous desire to see the world differently.

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Essential Camino Travel FAQ

Most Comon Camino Travel Questions In our latest Camino FAQ, we aim to answer your most frequently asked questions about the Camino de Santiago and travel arrangements. With Spain now open for visitors, we are excited to see more pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago. Why Are Dinners Not Included in All Locations? Our standard […]

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Most Comon Camino Travel Questions In our latest Camino FAQ, we aim to answer your most frequently asked questions about the Camino de Santiago and travel arrangements. With Spain now open for visitors, we are excited to see more pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago. Why Are Dinners Not Included in All Locations? Our standard

Positive Camino Journey From Sarria to Santiago

Finding Peace on the Camino: Your Perfect Getaway

The dawn of a new year often sparks a desire for fresh experiences that enrich the soul. One path stands out for achieving this: the Camino de Santiago. This age-old pilgrimage route beckons as your next travel destination. With its unique mix of nature, spirituality, community, culture, and comfort, the Camino offers a transformative journey

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The dawn of a new year often sparks a desire for fresh experiences that enrich the soul. One path stands out for achieving this: the Camino de Santiago. This age-old pilgrimage route beckons as your next travel destination. With its unique mix of nature, spirituality, community, culture, and comfort, the Camino offers a transformative journey

Favourite Camino: the Pyrenees & Portuguese Coastal Way

Favourite Camino: the Pyrenees & Portuguese Coastal Way The third one of our Favourite Camino blog post series, CaminoWays.com Sales Director Jeremy finds it difficult to choose just one favourite spot. He explains why he likes the Portuguese Coastal Way and the Pyrenees and Saint Jean Pied de Port, starting point of the French Way.

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Favourite Camino: the Pyrenees & Portuguese Coastal Way The third one of our Favourite Camino blog post series, CaminoWays.com Sales Director Jeremy finds it difficult to choose just one favourite spot. He explains why he likes the Portuguese Coastal Way and the Pyrenees and Saint Jean Pied de Port, starting point of the French Way.

Fisterra on Annie's Camino adventure

Annie’s Camino for Solomon Islands Rangers

Annie’s Camino for Solomon Islands Rangers Intrepid Annie Knappstein, currently cycling and walking 1500kms of the Camino de Santiago from Le Puy to Fisterra, has raised over 6,000 dollars so far with her project Ride & Stride to support the work of the Solomon Islands Rangers. Annie, former AVID volunteer with local Solomon Islands community

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Annie’s Camino for Solomon Islands Rangers Intrepid Annie Knappstein, currently cycling and walking 1500kms of the Camino de Santiago from Le Puy to Fisterra, has raised over 6,000 dollars so far with her project Ride & Stride to support the work of the Solomon Islands Rangers. Annie, former AVID volunteer with local Solomon Islands community

Orthopaedic rehabilitation at Cappagh Hospital

Francis Brennan walks the walk for Cappagh Hospital

Francis Brennan walks the walk for Cappagh Hospital Cappagh Hospital Foundation’s patron, Francis Brennan, got in a bit of hill walking at the launch of the ‘Camino for Cappagh’. The fundraising walk will take place from October 10th to 17th and will cover the last 115km of the spectacular Portuguese Coastal Way route of the

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Francis Brennan walks the walk for Cappagh Hospital Cappagh Hospital Foundation’s patron, Francis Brennan, got in a bit of hill walking at the launch of the ‘Camino for Cappagh’. The fundraising walk will take place from October 10th to 17th and will cover the last 115km of the spectacular Portuguese Coastal Way route of the

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