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Singing to Santiago - Scots on the Camino

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Camino Frances topics' started by Jhim, Dec 6, 2017.

  1. Jhim

    Jhim New Member

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    Me demonstrating that the Camino can be loads of FUN. I know 14 mins is a tad long but it’s worth skipping to about half-way when the singing starts. Lots of really nice and interesting people that we met along the way make fleeting appearances. I’ve reposted as I think I accidentally deleted the file on Utube. Would love to get a comment( and at what time) from the people who appear.
     
  2. philip a tobin

    philip a tobin irish scouse Donating Member

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    Jhim,having made "a fleeting appearance"in part one and wishing I had been there for part two,I am going back in Sept 2018.Yes, it was fun ,along with all the other emotions,and as so many have found out it is totally addictive.
     
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    timr Active Member Donating Member

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    Hi @philip a tobin - I just found you in part one! I am from Liverpool but living in Ireland!!
     
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    timr Active Member Donating Member

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    Something particularly nice about this video and your earlier one. Can't quite put my finger on what . Excellent camerawork and you make it look effortless - I suspect that takes very hard work at the editing bench! :):p;)
     
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    Jimmy, another really happy and lovely quarter of an hour. You just exude happiness, the pair of you. Now, to more mundane business, balancing the books!
     
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    Timr. Thank you very much. The big prob was always convincing people to do it. I have to come up with something for people to say as most people freeze. Lol. Also it was minimal editing and again the problem was what to leave out. Hope it made you titter and hope u get just a fraction of the enjoyment I get in doing them. Jh
     
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    What fun...TX humming as I start my day.
     
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    JennyH94 Pilgrim in progress Donating Member

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    Wonderful video Jhim - you've captured the joy and the spirit of the Camino brilliantly. All those happy pilgrim faces with that unique Camino glow - so beautiful to see. Thanks for sharing.
    Cheers from Oz -
    Jenny
     
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    Thanks for charing. This was a good start of my day. :) Love it!
     
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    @Jhim Your "simple wee movie" has brought me much joy for the start of my day :) Thank you!!
     
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    Hi Jim and Carol, we really enjoyed meeting you both and the video brought back wonderful memories.

    Your Kiwi friends,

    Rob & Charlotte
     
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    Brilliant. That’s why I posted it, so we all get little bits of wonderful memories of that adventure. Funnily enough, I get a message on YouTube from Linda (Tucson) almost within minutes of your message. Great memories of a great night in Herrerias. I still regale that story of Rob coming out of the forest in South America. So, hope you are enjoying the hot weather, as it’s blooming Baltic here in Scotland (-3C). Great to hear from you guys ..... Bon Camino (only we understand that). Lol
     
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    Philip. Great to see you are watching out on the forum. Looks like you guys are getting some snow. Brrr. You make sure you use up that winter allowance as you need to keep going to have another wee birthday party along the way next year. Some great memories, and you are absolutely right, that WAY is like an addiction. I’m addicted to nice people, so keep going my friend. JHim
     
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    JHim.I dip in and out of the forum at least half a dozen times a day without fail,and I'm always looking out for people I met on Camino.It has snowed here today but unlike your neck of the woods it did not stick around.'re the birthday party,who knows we may share a bottle of RIOJA again one day.I'D enjoy that. Philip
     
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    Not to long ataw, Enjoyed every minute. Braw! Don’t fence me in. Classic!!!
     
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