Free Screening of Walking the Camino: 6 Ways to Santiago

The past few years have been very kind to me. I’ve set some personal and professional goals which I have somehow accomplished (with a lot of help from family, friends and collaborators, of course).  But there’s one dream that remains elusive to me. If you’ve been following this blog, you’d know that I’m talking about  the …

Walking the Camino de Santiago in Hyperlapse

  I’ve always wanted to walk the Camino de Santiago but have never had the time. Now, imagine if one can do it in fast-mo, how would it be like? 🙂  Well, here’s a fantastic video by Moreventure showing the many paths taken by pilgrims following the footsteps of St. James.   “This timelapse (hyperlapse) …

Camino de Santiago: the Casa Brandariz

Last year, I had the good fortune of exploring Northern Spain, including the beautiful territory of Galicia. I was onboard the luxury train Tren Al Andalus and the journey took me from Zaragoza to A Coruña, right along the St. James or Santiago de Compostela Route. After that wonderful luxury trip, our Galician guide, Manuel, took …

Andrew McCarthy’s Camino de Santiago

Andrew McCarthy’s Camino de Santiago

I’m finding it difficult to jump-start my Camino de Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage (which I have declared I would do next year).  To be honest, the thought of walking at least 100 kilometers on my own intimidates me. That the Camino de Santiago is IN  Spain makes things  a little more complicated. I have travelled …

How About Walking the Camino de Santiago in 2012?

Dare I say it out loud? “I will walk the Camino de Santiago this year.” There.  I said it. With so many things happening last year,  my dream of walking The Way was relegated to the bottom of my list of  “Things To Do Eventually”.  But this year feels different.  This year feels right.  I …