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Camino Podcast Episode 46 - The Newest Guidebooks to the Camino Francés

Dave

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Camino(s) past & future
First: Camino Francés 2002; most recent: Norte/Primitivo 2019
Episode 46 - The Newest Guidebooks to the Camino Francés: From a guidebook perspective, it's a great time to be a pilgrim. On the Camino Francés, in particular, there is a growing assortment of outstanding and complementary guidebooks, along with a wealth of other support materials to help inform one's pilgrimage. Over the last year, two new contenders have joined the array of English-language offerings: the Moon Camino de Santiago guide, written by Beebe Bahrami, and the completely overhauled Cicerone Camino de Santiago - Camino Francés book, by Sandy Brown. This episode centers on a conversation with Sandy and Beebe, about guidebooks generally, the pivotal decisions that guidebook authors have to make, and the specific goals they built their Camino Francés guides around.

https://soundcloud.com/user-939742370%2Fepisode-46-the-newest-guidebooks-to-the-camino-frances
 

BlackRocker57

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Le Puy route 2014; Le Puy route continuation 2016; Le Puy route 2017; Le Puy route 2019 [incl. Célé]
Episode 46 - The Newest Guidebooks to the Camino Francés: From a guidebook perspective, it's a great time to be a pilgrim. On the Camino Francés, in particular, there is a growing assortment of outstanding and complementary guidebooks, along with a wealth of other support materials to help inform one's pilgrimage. Over the last year, two new contenders have joined the array of English-language offerings: the Moon Camino de Santiago guide, written by Beebe Bahrami, and the completely overhauled Cicerone Camino de Santiago - Camino Francés book, by Sandy Brown. This episode centers on a conversation with Sandy and Beebe, about guidebooks generally, the pivotal decisions that guidebook authors have to make, and the specific goals they built their Camino Francés guides around.

https://soundcloud.com/user-939742370%2Fepisode-46-the-newest-guidebooks-to-the-camino-frances
G’Day Dave‼ as a moderately-serious consumer of guidebooks, I really enjoyed listening to this excellent podcast ... all the while updating my notes for the Via Podiensis and those pesky dénivelées ... so much cumulative knowledge and experience among the three of you and great insights into the guidebook-writing and preparation process ... many thanks ...
 

Dave

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Camino(s) past & future
First: Camino Francés 2002; most recent: Norte/Primitivo 2019
G’Day Dave‼ as a moderately-serious consumer of guidebooks, I really enjoyed listening to this excellent podcast ... all the while updating my notes for the Via Podiensis and those pesky dénivelées ...
Ha! Those dénivelées will be the death of us!
 

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