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Mike T

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Carcassonne-Santiago via Camino Frances 2011
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Go raibh maith agat. I'll be watching on Sunday! The Irish Society of the Friends of St James (aka Camino Club) circulated its members with this information this morning. It will be well worth a look.

Davie Blisters

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Camino(s) past & future
Thanks for posting this Crackmrmac.

I had just completed the Camino last year when I witnessed the guys hauling the 'Naomhoig-Na-Tinte' up the Cathedral steps.
Another one of those Camino moments which make the hairs on your neck stand-up - as I had just spoken to my late irish father in the cathedral.

I'm not sure if the story will be shown here in the UK, but I'll certainly be on the lookout!

Mike Savage

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Camino Francés,Inglés
Português Coastal
Português Central
That was wonderful. Thanks for posting the link. I wish I could have been there to greet them, hear their stories, and join the celebration.


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SJPdP - Pamplona (2014)
Pamplona - Burgos (2016)
Burgos - Leon (June 2017)
Leon - SdC (June 2018)
I really enjoyed Part 1. One of the comments that got me was when they talked about periods of silence when you would be alone with yourself (while rowing with 3 other guys) and your thoughts. It reminded me of many times on the Camino being along with my thoughts alongside or slightly behind my wife. I could really identify with them.

The rowing from Rosslare in Ireland to Wales was immense, and heading down from Cornwall towards Brittany. Knackered, blistered, humbled. Gentle legends. Real Camino spirit being witnessed
Can't wait for the next 2 parts.


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Camino(s) past & future
SJPdP - Pamplona (2014)
Pamplona - Burgos (2016)
Burgos - Leon (June 2017)
Leon - SdC (June 2018)
Lovely end to see the currach (boat) being carried into the cathedral, and the emotion about finishing. We walked last year to Burgos, and met some people who were planning to be there to greet the people in Santiago. Also quite emotional to see Glen Hansard who stood in for one of the team for a month not being there at the end.

All in all a wonderful documentary, very much in the spirit of the Camino, you will recognise kindred spirits if you do get to see it.

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