Win a copy of Walking the Camino documentary

We have three copies of Walking the Camino: 6 ways to Santiago, the Camino documentary to give away!

Each Friday for the next three weeks we’ll be posting one simple Camino de Santiago question on our blog, CaminoWays.com Facebook page and CaminoWays.com Twitter. Just post your answer, share the Camino Documentary competition and we’ll pick a lucky winner by the following Friday. Good luck!

Here’s a taste of Walking the Camino: 6 ways to Santiago to get you inspired and ready to go!

The Camino documentary by Lydia B. Smith can be purchased online at www.caminodocumentary.org (DVD, DVD Bonus Pack, BluRay, Video on Demand) and pilgrims get a special discount (CODE: pilgrim10); you can also purchase a copy on itunes and Amazon (US only).

After a season of successful cinema screenings in the US, travelling to many film festivals and receiving a wealth of film awards, director Lydia Smith and the team are hoping to take their Camino documentary to cinemas in Europe in the coming months.

Camino Question 1 – 6th March:

There are many ways to Santiago, which way would you like to take and why?

*The winner of this week’s DVD copy is Marion Lynch, congratulations!

Camino Question 2 – 13th March:

Who would you take with you on your Camino journey and why?

*The winner of this week’s DVD is Michelle McDonald, congratulations!

Camino Question 3 – 20th March:

Spiritual, cultural, social… what’s the motivation for your Camino journey?

*The winner of this week’s DVD is Shelley Jackson, congratulations!

(You can enter by posting a comment on this blog post, on Facebook or Twitter)

For more information about the Camino de Santiago or to book your Camino walk, contact our travel specialists

Comments

  1. By Cynthia Lindell

    I’d love to do all of them . . but first want to try the Porto to Santiago route. And I think I’d like to go with my husband and some siblings!! Maybe the first leg this spring. I like reading the accounts of people who just walk one leg of the trip this year and pick up at the same spot next year!

  2. By Lori Peterson

    I would walk with my son Logan. The both of us see this journey as a chance in a lifetime. I feel blessed to have Logan in my life as he served with the US Marines in Afghanistan as a sniper and at times I was concerned that we might never have another moment together.

  3. By DOLORES RAVENTOS DE CASTRO

    I AM PLAYING IT BY EAR AS TO IF I WILL DO IT ALONE OR WITH UP TO 3 COMPANIONS. A LOT WILL DEPEND ON HOW THINGS DEVELOP POLITICALLY IN VENEZUELA THIS YEAR OR NEXT. I AM READING A LOT, SEEING HOW MUCH ‘CAMINO WAYS’ HAS ADVANCED IN ITS TENDING TO DIFFERENT OPTIONS, AND I WILL LET IT HAPPEN WHEN IT WILL BE FEASIBLE. I CAN SEE MYSELF WALKING AND THINKING AND PRAYING ALONG THE WAY. IT WILL HAPPEN WHEN IT NEEDS TO HAPPEN. THAT’S HOW I FEEL.

  4. By DOLORES RAVENTOS DE CASTRO

    I HAVE BEEN PLANNING TO MAKE THE PORTUGUESE WAY FROM PORTO TO SANTIAGO SINCE 2010, BUT MY HEALTH AND POLITICAL SITUATION OF MY COUNTRY HAVE PREVENTED ME FROM DOING IT. I DO HOPE TO DO IT BY 2017 AT THE LATEST. I MAY BE DOING IT ALONE OR WITH 1 TO 3 COMPANIONS. BUT WILL DEFINITELY DO IT.

  5. By Annemarie

    We are planning to do this in 3 years time. Just reading and watching your videos is making me wonder if we can wait that long

  6. By Deborah

    Lost sight of the question. I would walk with memories.

  7. By Deborah

    My youngest son died suddenly and unexpectedly the week before Christmas. My old dog died a month later. I am a widow and live alone. I have other children and grandchildren whom I dearly love. But I feel lost, adrift. To walk the Camino de Santiago, the idea, came by chance and inspires me.

  8. By Sheila

    Who would I take on my Camino journey and why? I would take myself only and use it as a time to get to know my true self. I already have enough chatter going on in my head, if anything, less chatter and more being is what I need.

  9. The Portuguese way, coastal (again) because it brings the best of both the Frances & the Northern routes, historically, scenically, culinarily, physically, but is so quiet & untrodden. Truly spectacular. Once is not enough – I hope to do it a second time. Soon.

  10. By mike madden

    Would love to walk the camino

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