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Finding the right shoes to walk the Camino de Santiago in Spain

When I was a young princess, I went shopping with my mom for a new pair of dress shoes.

¡La comida siempre es la cosa más importante! Me gustaría probar los espárragos blancos, los mantecados y el queso de Arzúa. En otras fuentes, solo leo sobre todo el tocino que hay en el camino y me encanta ver que hay muchas opciones en algunos pueblos.

Pulpo in Melide. Not to be missed.

Morning mist accompanies us as we begin Day 1 of the Camino de Santiago, beginning in St. Jean Pied de Port  #Camino de Santiago #Camino #The way of St. James

Morning mist at St. Jean Pied de Port, a popular starting point for the Camino to Santiago de Compostela (The Way). In April the year I walked it, some people dies in a blizzard the day before I started.

Camino Tips 41

List of items you might not think essential for the Camino de Santiago, but which can be worth their weight in gold.

dia de Galicia

dia de Galicia

Appreciate your friends and loved-ones' help with a small gift to show your thanks - this Pandora bead features the Scallop shell of Saint James - believed to promote courage, strength & hope. For centuries, the scallop shell, which is typically found on the sea coast in Galicia, northern Spain, has been the symbol of the Camino de Santiago (Way of St James), and its pilgrims - los Peregrinos. Pilgrims returned to their homes wearing the shell to show that they had reached Santiago.

Appreciate your friends and loved-ones help with a small gift of appreciation to show your thanks

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I watched "The Way" on DVD -> saw it months ago on the big screen. It is a powerful film - engaging story and beautiful scenery. I walked the Camino in May 2009 - here's my blog link: http://pilgrimageofgratitude-mycamino.blogspot.com/

El Camino de Santiago

What is “El Camino”?  3  El Camino de Santiago (de Compostela), otherwise known as The Way of St. James, is an ancient pilgrimage trail.  It is meant to follow the footsteps of the Apostle St. James, who made the journey himself with nothing more than the clothes on his back. He preached Christianity in Spain, and eventually was martyred for his actions. After being put to death in Judea, his body was miraculously transported back to Compostela, where he was (and still is) buried and…

What is “El Camino”?