iPad for the Camino de Santiago?

Should I bring my ipad on my Camino de Santiago?
iPad for the Camino de Santiago?

The question was:

I am considering whether to bring my ipad this year, to be able to communicate with home more easily and hopefully keep a blog.

But I have a couple of questions for those of you with some experience and knowledge.

I remember reading somewhere that it’s hard to make blog posts on an ipad and that a special “ap” is recommended. Can someone please explain this to me? I don’t ever use aps, I just use the internet, is there a difference? And what about this special ap idea?

Will I be able to upload pictures from my camera to my blog on the ipad? Is this complicated?

Read the conversation on bringing your iPad on the Camino de Santiago here in our Camino forum.

Did your Camino fail or exceed your expectations?

Expectations of the Camino de Santiago

The question was:

Did your Camino fail to meet your expectations? If so why? The good, the bad, the ugly.

Or…Did your Camino exced your expectations? If so why? The good, the bad, the ugly.

All views are welcome but please discuss your experience not other henceforth nameless bloggers. (Please it’s time to let u know who rest in peace.)

Some of us (like me) really want to prepare in all ways because when I make my Camino, it will probably be a once in a lifetime experience (unless I meet some wealthy Catholic prince or hit the lottery! :lol: )

Thanks for any and all responses. This topic is started by an American Catholic so it is protected by the right of freedom of speech and religion. Just abide by the forum rules and good taste!

Read all the good advice on Expectations on the Camino de Santiago here.

What are your expectations for the Camino de Santiago?

Expectations of the Camino de Santiago

The question was:

Many people walk a Camino and then say, “It wasn’t at all what I expected.”

Or, (as we’ve seen in another thread) “The Camino failed to live up to my expectations.”

So, what are the expectations?

Read this interesting conversation on Expectations for the Camino de Santiago here.