There is plenty of time during a Camino. Many take photos and videos with their phones while walking.
I needed about 20 minutes of videos per day, and about 10 pictures to make one edited video of 3-9 minutes of length.
Sure I have to think "photography" every day, more than others. But I have...
I used my Iphone SE to make videos on my Camino this month of May.
The week prior to my flight to Madrid, I bought the DJI Osmo Mobile which is a gimbal (a stabilizer for 300 euro).
When walking or moving your phone and record videos, this gimbal reduce the shakiness (watch my videos).
Recorded in May 2017. Using iPhone SE, DJI gimbal, then edited directly in iMovie app.
Youtube playlist, day by day walking from Castrojeriz to Santiago. With music: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgxodFTuL8a1fkbuYLZRGHCUOd6yp09Ai
Travel blog: www.bread4life.eu
No problem last autumn to bring my dried sweet bananas into Spain ;)
But they confiscated my 5 jars of sardines in tomato sauce at the security in Sweden, before I took off. :(
"- What do you think they are? Hand grenades?"
They looked so small but they were 125 gram, limit is 100 gram...
Ok, some of you might not like the idea to either dehydrate your own bananas, or to eat dried fruits nor to bring them to Spain.
Here is some thoughts;
- if you buy dehydrate fruits, they are much more expensive
- dehydrated bananas sold in stores have sugar added, and I think have lower...
This time I have dried about 5 kg of fresh bananas. And I will bring about 300 gr to have for snacks and nutrition.
Bananas are a healthy source of fiber, potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and various antioxidants.
Bananas are a good source of potassium which can lower blood pressure in people...
Any advice how to rent/lease a non associated or church associated albergue (evangelistic, non catholic)?
My aim is to find an albergue, or a "religious institution" to use and not to buy.
The goal is to set up a friendly, evangelistic and early church atmosphere for the pilgrims.
Any suggestions what to do after you arrive to Santiago de Compostela?
I have 7-10 days to spend. And have never visited before.
Any good albergues in the city or around?
Should I stay and do what? Or go north, or into Portugal?
(Im free to leave from any airport)
Anyone knows if this service still works; sending package from one postal office to another (in Spain)?
And can I do online shopping and have a postal office as receiver?
I need some technical gear, and Im not sure they will arrive before I leave home.