Camino de Santiago Credentials and Camino Starter Bundles!

We’ve got you covered! One of the main questions we answer is, “Where do we get our passport or credential?” Don’t worry if you walk with us this is included in your pilgrimage. But to help out our fellow pilgrims walking on their own, we …

Trail runners or Boots, that is the question.

This is the big question as one starts to plan their first Camino! I have seen people walking in boots, trail runners, sneakers, and sandals. So there is no right or wrong answer. I prefer trail runners. I like the lightweight, comfort, design, and no …

Twelve Lucky Grapes: A New Year’s Eve Tradition in Spain

It’s crazy to think we have had two not-so-great years worldwide. Two years of ups and downs, of confusion, of concerns, of craziness. Those years are behind us now and we must try and look forward to the future with hope and optimism. Even though …

On my way … Day 34 … Lavacolla to Santiago

Wednesday, June 15th … 11 km … 7 miles  Today’s Path  We only have a short 7 miles today. Once we leave Lavacolla, we will have some hills in the suburbs of Santiago. Most of today is on pavement and sidewalks. The pilgrim Mass is at noon, but …

On my way … Day 33 … Arzua to Lavacolla

Tuesday, June 14, 2018 … 28 km … 17 miles Today’s Path  As with the previous few days since Sarria, there are lots of hamlets and villages along the way for food and water. Today we walk on natural pathways with good shade offered by the …

On my way … Day 32 … Palas de Rei to Arzua

Tuesday, June 13, 2018 … 27 km … 17 miles “Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” ― Mother Theresa Today’s Path  Today is an easy day, apart from the length of the route, it is easy underfoot and …

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