- Camino(s) past & future
- Walking Camino Frances this June, 2016 with a film crew! We want to share a unique perspective with a global audience of virtual pilgrims, and make a difference along the way.
Hello, This June 2016 I will be walking the Camino de Santiago, starting in St-Jean-Pied-de-Port. I am taking along a film crew of 5, along with 3 friends. We will be filming a 6 to 10 part docu-travel series highlighting the special places along the camino, and meeting some of the amazing people along this ancient pilgrimage. I am asking the this forum to share some of your valuable experiences. We know there are countless special moments along the way. As first time pilgrims, we are looking to discover those locals, businesses, charitable efforts or personal stories along the route that a typical pilgrimage may not see. The Camino de Santiago is more than just a spiritual journey, it is an ancient pilgrimage that is vibrant with history, local legends and lined with the natural beauty of the people with a rich heritage. If you have discovered a place or met a local off the beaten path that you feel we should meet, please let me know. We will be visiting the Castillo de Sarracin (A Templar Castle), a local winery and may even drop in on a weekly meeting for a group learning to speak English. We want this to be an inspirational television series, and you can help us find those moments that we can capture and share. Thank you! Jon ( www.findingevermore.com )