Camino Frances 2017: From Sarria to Santiago

Sarria is only 113km away from Santiago de Compostela and is a very popular starting point for many pilgrims. The reason therefore is that many people would like to receive their ‘Compostela’, a religious certificate written in Latin, expended by the Church when pilgrims prove they have either walked 100km or cycled (or travelled on horseback)... Continue Reading →

Camino Frances 2017: Preparations

What are the advantages of the Camino Frances over other Caminos? And why can it be beneficial to walk the Camino solo? Is it good to prepare for the Camino? These are some of the questions I explored a little in this blog post.

Camino Frances 2017: 1. History and modern times

We live in a time where globalisation, automatisation, acceleration dictate the markets, where people are under enormous pressure to perform, where human relationships are often rather superficial and fleeting, where there are happiness pills to make people more efficient and at the same time make them feel happy, regardless of whether body, spirit and soul... Continue Reading →

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