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  1. I

    Good/new guidebooks?

    Next spring I'm planning to walk from Santiago to Finisterre and then on to Muxia, slowly, allowing time to take things in. After a look around this forum and on Amazon, I can't find much to read over the long winter ... I'm aware of the John Brierley book, which covers that route along with...
  2. jgpryde

    Reflection on trekking the Camino Frances

    Reading the Mars trilogy by Kim Stanley Robinson, I came across this passage that reminded me of some of the more obscure parts of the Camino Frances and a segment of the Camino Norte which I hiked in early summer 2017. “I whacked on, enjoying the new nature of the problem. Here all the trail...
  3. M

    Book exchange in Burgos

    Does anyone know of any albergue/hotel/other place in Burgos with a decent book exchange?
  4. GettingThere

    Rufin speaking in Auckland this Sunday May 15th

    This one's for Aucklanders (or anyone in Auckland this coming Sunday May 15th) - I have just discovered that Jean-Christophe Rufin will be speaking as part of the Auckland Writers Festival about his book on the Camino which has just been translated into English as "The Santiago Pilgrimage...
  5. debbysdepartures

    Camino Book Windows and Doors of the Camino Photography Book

    Hello, My name is Debby and in 2015 I walked the Camino Francés and the Camino from Finisterre to Muxía. Both were awesome experiences. When I travel, my favorite subject to photograph is windows and doors, so during my walks, I purposely took these types of pictures along the way. Of the 1,300...
  6. A

    Kindle - Pilgrimage books available for the Kindle

    Caminos, Guides, Stories, Maps etc. available for the Kindle Hi to you all. I have listed below just some of the books available for the Kindle that may be of interest to anyone interested in Santiago de Compostela and Pilgimages there. These are in English, however there are many Spanish...


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