Empezando el Camino Inglés

empezando el Camino Inglés

Empezando el Camino Inglés means "starting the English Way". Why starting? you may ask. Well, because I didn't get the chance to finish it... yet. And because I'm not telling you the whole story today. But let's start from the beginning. When I first decided I HAD to do the Camino, my first question was: … Continue reading Empezando el Camino Inglés

A conversation with Julia

conversation with Julia

This week I've been chatting to Julia, a German pilgrim who walked the Camino Francés after she finished college. Read the whole conversation to find out how the Camino changed her life.   Please tell us a bit about yourself.   My name is Julia, I am 35 years old and I am from Northern Germany. I've … Continue reading A conversation with Julia

A conversation with David

Conversation with David

Less than ten years ago David had not heard about the Camino. Now he's planning for his 5th. And that's not his only connection to the Camino. If you're curious about David's story, read our conversation! Please tell us a bit about yourself. My name is David and I’m from Dublin, Ireland. I love to write, … Continue reading A conversation with David

Yes. You do know some Spanish already

You are planning your Camino de Santiago. If it's the first one, you probably have tons of questions: How much should I train? What mochila should I get? How much stuff should I pack? What are the perfect shoes? Should I get a guidebook or maybe an app? Should I learn some Spanish? Most of … Continue reading Yes. You do know some Spanish already

Your words

A couple of weeks ago I asked the following question on Facebook: If you could only learn 5 Spanish words or phrases for the Camino, what would they be? I got many answers. The 2 most popular words were por favor (please) and gracias (thank you), closely followed by ¿Cuánto cuesta? (How much is it?) and vino tinto (red … Continue reading Your words