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  1. FreerangerMartin

    Notes in the slow lane: walking on the Voie de Vézelay [Paid]

    FreerangerMartin submitted a new resource: Notes in the slow lane: walking on the Voie de Vézelay - Illustrated reflections on a 3-week walk upon part of the historic route through la France profonde Read more about this resource...
  2. FreerangerMartin

    "On the Jakobsweg"

    I have just published (via Blurb) "On the Jakobsweg: Get up and go!" The book consists of an account of my pilgrimage from Nürnberg (Northern Bavaria) to Einsiedeln (South-East of Zürich) in April 2014 - some 500 kms. in 25 days walking. It also contains an introduction, maps, photographs, a...
  3. FreerangerMartin

    Salamanca/Sanabres/Santiago (I hope!) - April 2013

    I set off from Salamanca on Holy Saturday, 30th March, and have currently reached Requejo de Sanabria. You can read my occasional blogposts at http://rangefree.blogspot.com. It´s been far colder and wetter than three years ago, when I walked from Seville to Salamanca at exactly the same time of...
  4. FreerangerMartin

    Holy Week in Salamanca

    Having walked from Seville to Salamanca* in 2010, I am planning to return to Salamanca on Maundy Thursday, 28th March, and would like to spend two nights in a religious house there, before starting on the Camino in Easter Day. Any suggestions...
  5. FreerangerMartin

    “Puy ouverture: a window onto the pilgrimage route”

    Puy ouverture: a window onto the pilgrimage route is the title of my latest photobook. You can read it online (free) at http://www.blurb.co.uk/books/3354515. Suggestions of the Voie du Puy’s historic provenance lie all around for the walking pilgrim, the question being how best to convey them...
  6. FreerangerMartin

    "Puy paysage" - landscapes, Le Puy to St-Jean-Pied-de-Port

    My new book of photographs with this title is now available: see http://www.blurb.co.uk/bookstore/detail/3334576, where you can preview it in full, free of charge - or buy a copy. Martin
  7. FreerangerMartin

    Le Puy/Figeac

    I returned from Figeac two weeks ago after a glorious fortnight: a few photographs and some narrative about my experience can be found at http://rangefree.blogspot.co.uk/search/ ... 20du%20Puy. I hope this might be of help to someone, as I in turn was helped by posts to the Forum before I went...
  8. FreerangerMartin

    Le Puy to Figeac, May 2012

    I returned from Figeac last week after a glorious fortnight: a few photographs and some narrative about my experience can be found at http://rangefree.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Voie%20du%20Puy. I hope this might be of help to someone, as I in turn was helped by posts to the Forum before I...
  9. FreerangerMartin

    "With an eye on the VdlP - Seville to Salamanca" by Martin D

    My wife and I went by train from Cheltenham to Seville and walked the first half of the Camino in March/April, I with my camera. The resulting photobook with the above title is now at http://www.blurb.com/books/1488414: its 90 pages with my 325 photographs and 11,000 words of commentary are all...
  10. FreerangerMartin

    Torremejia

    The new albergue opened yesterday: it is superb! You will find it in an old palace with shells round the door, right next to the church. It has 21 beds in 7 rooms, including two double rooms which a first-night occupant described as Parador standard, except no towels! €10 each. Wifi. I'm...
  11. FreerangerMartin

    Pension Lindamar, Embalse de Alcantara

    Does anyone know whether this is open - or opening - this year please? - Martin
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