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Camino Recipe: Fish and Shellfish Soup – Sopa Marinera

Fish and Shellfish Soup – Sopa Marinera Our friends from FoodFiesta.ie, the Dublin-based Spanish catering company, share another tasty Camino de Santiago recipe. This week’s recipe has a distinctive coastal flavour: sopa marinera, a fish and shellfish soup. What you will need: (for 4 people) 1 litre fish stock 460g mussels (well cleaned) 300g clams …

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O Antroido, Santiago’s Carnival

O Antroido, Santiago’s Carnival O Antroido is Santiago’s famous carnival, a wondrous event that you can combine with a Camino de Santiago route that finishes in Santiago. Taking place before Lent in the lead up to Ash Wednesday, O Antroido is something you won’t want to miss. Like many other old European cities, Santiago de …

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Andrew McCarthy on life, travel writing and the Camino de Santiago

Former Hollywood backpacker Andrew McCarthy’s life changed forever while walking the Camino de Santiago. In an extract from his first book, he describes how that led to a second career as a travel writer I was in a bookstore, gazing at a girl across the display table. She had sandy hair pulled back in a …

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Baptism, Communion and Marriage at Santiago Cathedral

If you wish to arrange a Marriage, Baptism, or First Communion, contact the Parish Priest: Parish Priest C/Huérfanas, 32 15793 Santiago de Compostela A Coruña, Spain Telephone: +34 981 586 057 E-mail: [email protected] Documents required: The Birth Certificate of the person to be baptised and a letter of authorisation from their local Parish Priest. Contact …

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