If you have yet to wander the Camino de Santiago, you may be wondering where a pilgrim might lay their weary head for the night. Even though the Camino de Santiago is classed as a thru-hike, all Camino routes have the necessary infrastructure to ensure there is a village or town where a pilgrim can […]
A Tale Of Chance And Serendipity On The Long Road To Santiago
I’m always on the look out for tales of serendipity on the Camino de Santiago. Of stories of chance, coincidence and calling between pilgrims. Which is why I received a wonderful surprise upon my return after my recent Portuguese Central Camino De Santiago. I’d fallen behind with replying to my instagram messages. As I settled […]
Camino De Santiago: Let Me Entertain You.
Buen Camino! If I had a song to show you just how much I love my life as a Camino Guide, it would have to be let me entertain you. As you may know, I live on the Camino de Santiago so I eat, breathe, sleep and walk the Camino on repeat every day of […]
There’s No Place For Racism On The Camino De Santiago.
When I first walked the Camino de Santiago in 2016, I was surprised just how few of my friends and family had heard of the way. The film, The Way brought droves of Americans to the Camino yet the Brits still lagged behind. Until a brilliant t.v. series, The Road To Santiago aired on British […]
Perseverance On The Portuguese Central Camino De Santiago
Aaah. My walk from Povoa de Varzim to Barcelos began as a glorious day on the Portuguese Camino de Santiago. Let’s not forget William, my furry pergerino. This is his third Camino de Santiago! He loves the Camino life. I’ve walked the Camino de Santiago routes since the 1st May and marveled at the change […]
Wild Camino: Somewhere Over The Rainbow.
Buen Camino! I’m a woman who has made many personal dreams come true. I gave up the rat race to pursue a life with more meaning. The choice that I made led me to the Camino de Santiago where I found my purpose as a guide helping pilgrims on the long road to Santiago. I […]
Can The Camino Heal A Broken Heart?
Why are so many people drawn to walking a Camino de Santiago? As I share in my book A Wild Woman’s Guide to the Camino De Santiago, there are many reasons. One being the need to heal a broken heart. I saw many people grieving during my first Camino Frances in 2016, sitting by the […]