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  1. ¡BUEN CAMINO! Friends along “The Way.”

    ¡BUEN CAMINO! Friends along “The Way.”

    A glimpse into one woman’s solo adventure on the Camino Frances from Southern France to Finisterre, (aka - “The End of The World”) on the west coast of Spain in the summer...
  2. The new and cleaned up Cathedral in Santiago

    The new and cleaned up Cathedral in Santiago

    The new and cleaned up Cathedral in Santiago
  3. The new and cleaned up Cathedral in Santiago

    The new and cleaned up Cathedral in Santiago

    The new and cleaned up Cathedral in Santiago
  4. The new and clean Cathedral in Santiago

    The new and clean Cathedral in Santiago

    The new and clean Cathedral in Santiago
  5. The new and clean Cathedral in Santiago

    The new and clean Cathedral in Santiago

    The new and clean Cathedral in Santiago
  6. MagdalenaPL

    Questionnaire

    Hello everyone ! I’m a student of tourism faculty from Krakow University of Economics in Poland. I would like to ask you to fill in the questionnaire which is addressed to people who have made The Way of Saint James at least once. The questionnaire has only educational purposes. ( I'm writing...
  7. natefaith

    Pilgrim House 2018 Resources and Hours

    Hi everyone, The Pilgrim House welcome center opened today for the year, and the team would love to meet you and hear about your Camino after you get into Santiago. Some new resources have been added this year as well: * Daily group Camino Debrief sessions at 4pm. Formerly we called these...
  8. jungleboy

    Podcast episode about Santiago de Compostela

    Hi all, I host a weekly podcast for intermediate/advanced English speakers and learners. The podcast features real conversations about people, places and their stories (so it can be enjoyed by native speakers too). This week's episode is about Santiago de Compostela so I thought I'd share it...
  9. Obradoiro in January

    Obradoiro in January

  10. January views

    January views

  11. Santiago not so busy in January

    Santiago not so busy in January

  12. Friday rush hour

    Friday rush hour

  13. Foggy Santiago

    Foggy Santiago

  14. DanfromSydney

    Week Sixteen - author, blogger and motivational speaker Sam Clear

    Sam Clear walked around the world in a bid to unite Christians. He walked 15,500km from Brazil, through South America, Central America and North America, across Siberia on the Trans-Siberian Railway and on foot again from Moscow to the Camino de Santiago It was called Walk4One His story is an...
  15. SYates

    Moving to Santiago

    Update 22nd May 2017: Ok, here the contact info, which you also find here http://egeria.house/contact/ (my mobile number will change as soon as I get a Spanish SIM and I will then update again). On the website is also a map ;-) *** From 26th May 2017 S.Yates Travesía do Carme de Abaixo, 4...
  16. Saisainita

    Where to sleep on Camino Ingles?

    Hey! I am planing to go Camino Ingles. It would be first time to walk pilgrims way. I am gonna walk from Ferrol to Santiago. I am planing to do it in 6 days. The biggest question where to sleep on the way. In Ferrol and Santiago I am planing to book hotels, but on the way I saw I could stay in...
  17. Iain McKie

    ❤A year ago today a dream came true

    A year ago today 26th Feb 2016 I set off form SJPD not knowing I had only one goal and that was to enjoy the adventure ahead. I had not planned past day 1 as I didn't want to put any pressure on time or what I needed to do each day. I would walk till I wanted to rest and just see how it went. I...
  18. J

    Paris to Santiago?

    Hello all, I will be traveling from Iceland to Paris late march. I am very curious to know if it is possible for me to walk along Turonensis that goes from Paris to St. Jean, and then continue into Spain and follow the Camino Francés to Santiago? Is there a way to do this? Has anyone done...
  19. L

    Camino blog

    Just started a little blog on Tumblr about my experience on the Camino if anyone wants to check it out! Nice pictures to! https://www.tumblr.com/blog/irishtravelbug
  20. natefaith

    It's a quiet December day in Santiago

    Greetings from Santiago on a very quiet and mild December day! High season has finally wound down and the pedestrian streets in old town have been empty in the morning, gradually getting more busy as the day goes on. Today when I walked into work I was the only person on Rua Nova at 10:30am - an...


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