After walking the Camino de Santiago solo in 2018 and again with my partner in 2019, I spend a lot of time reflecting on my Camino Wanders. The Camino is a part of me. And it’s true what ‘they’ say – the Camino does not end when you reach Santiago de Compostela.
Camino De Santiago Posts
Meet Sue Swain – the woman behind the magic of Casa Susi, in Trabadelo, Spain. I’m so honoured to bring you this interview with Sue, and how the Camino changed her life.
Today, I’m sharing my first journal post from my 2018 Camino wander, as I arrived into St. Jean, then walked to Roncesvalles. It’s rough, short, but you’ll get a sense of how I was feeling.
I’m so excited to share my interview with Jerry Everard, who is seriously one of my favourite people. Jerry is a philosopher, historian, writer, musician, and photographer. Oh, and he also has two PhDs. Walking the Camino with Jerry and Sharon was one of the best experiences of my life. We laughed across Spain until our faces hurt.
The majority of Camino books are written by men. That surprised me. So I share with you, a list of over 90 Camino books written by WOMEN AUTHORS.
I met James Sage at the 2023 AFOTC conference in Melbourne. When I asked to interview him, little did I know it would be such a comprehensive and insightful interview. Grab your favourite beverage as this is a long one, but I PROMISE it’s worth the read.
Walking 15-25km a day across a country is a little nuts. Naturally, people are curious about why someone would deliberately volunteer to undertake such self-abuse. Ah, but walking the Camino is a magical experience.
Many who’ve walked, or plan to walk the Camino de Santiago, create a “Camino Playlist” for their wander. I was no different.
There are so many packing lists out there for the Camino. So much advice. So why is this any different? For plus size hikers, there is not a lot of information. Here’s my list after walking the Camino Francés twice.
After walking the Camino Francés in 2018 and again in 2019, I thought I’d share my list of 25 Realities of Walking the Camino de Santiago, a post I wrote over on my travel blogging website.