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Positive Camino Journey From Sarria to Santiago

An Arduous But Immensely Positive Camino Journey

An Arduous But Immensely Positive Camino Journey Meadhbh Monahan, journalist with the Impartial Reporter, walked the Camino de Santiago from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela with CaminoWays.com, a difficult yet extremely positive Camino journey. Why are you doing this arduous, tortuous journey?” That is one of the most memorable questions I got asked while walking …

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Elderly man on the Camino

People of the Camino

People of the Camino Earlier this year, I travelled the French Way with Jerry to collect footage for our series of Camino de Santiago videos. This is People of the Camino. Along the way, we met lovely pilgrims, always happy to share their stories with us. Watch our Pilgrims on the Camino video: We also …

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30 Camino facts – Celebrate Europe’s first Cultural Route

This year, the Camino de Santiago celebrates 30 years since becoming the first Cultural Route by the Council of Europe. It is quite a privilege, as this accolade recognises the critical role of the Camino de Santiago through history as a route of peace, cultural exchange and understanding between people from all over the world. …

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Parador on the Camino

Camino FAQ: What is a Parador?

‘Parador’ is the name given in Spain to luxury hotels managed by a state-run company and usually located in buildings of historical importance such as fortresses, monasteries and castles, but also new buildings set in nature reserves and areas of outstanding beauty. Paradores de Turismo de España, the public company managing these luxury hotels, was …

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What to wear to the Camino?

The Camino de Santiago is a big adventure and needs to be taken seriously. For this reason we have designed a Free Packing Guide and prepared a list of gear you should take to the Camino. Of course this list will need to be adapted to your personal preferences as well as the season and section of …

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Santiago on the Camino

The Pilgrim Principal: Australia to Santiago de Compostela

The Pilgrim Principal: from Australia to Santiago de Compostela By Shane Altman *Shane walked the Camino de Santiago from León to Santiago de Compostela with his family; a trip booked with CaminoWays.com. It is just before 6am. I am sitting in a hotel room in Sydney, Australia. Next to me my wife sleeps softly, my …

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Crossing a bridge on the Camino

Walk this way – A Camino journey

Walk This Way – A Camino Journey We like this account of the Camino de Santiago experience, written by Personal Trainer Paul O’Brien for the Mayo News: by Paul O’Brien Recently I fulfilled a long-held ambition by walking the famous Camino de Santiago across northern Spain. ‘El Camino’, as it is known, stretches 800km from St …

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