Introduction As I am finalising the preparations to take my very first group of pilgrims across the Pyrenees, I thought it would be a nice idea to put together some facts about this trail that will tie everything together. There are all sorts of myths and legends that go along with the Camino, but here…

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Introduction Many people ask me about bedbugs on the Camino.  I think there is the impression that they are rife along the Frances route and I hear of stories where people are spraying their gear and themselves with all sorts of chemicals in order to prevent bedbugs.  I am here to put your mind at…

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The small things in life make all the difference, and the Camino is no exception.  This week, I would like to share with you five very small, lightweight items that no pilgrim should be without.  Some of these are very obvious, but hopefully, even if you do not use the items yourself then carrying them…

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book review: The Year We Seized the Day: A True Story of Friendship and Renewal on the Camino

Julia’s Reading Challenge for 20190% Introduction The utterly compelling and inspirational account of how two very different writers tackle their demons walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, the legendary medieval pilgrimage across Spain Elizabeth Best had always wanted to go on a pilgrimage. Colin Bowles had never given it a moment’s thought. But by a…

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A few weeks ago I attended the She Enjoy’s Success Summit which is hosted by the lovely Vivien Joy.  It was a fabulous event and I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to share my passion of the Camino De Santiago (a 500 trek across Northern Spain) to a room full of ladies for…

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Bubba from Virginia was a 360llb (his words) guy who walked the Camino for personal reasons (which he shares with everyone). This interview is totally inspiring! If you are worried that perhaps you may not be fit enough, or you need the best gear then think again. Bubba is now full of life with a…

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