What other women said Here are a few statements I have gathered from women who have walked Camino de Santiago. These words will give you an idea of the impact that walking a Camino has had on them, and the profound impact walking a Camino can have on you. For me personally walking Camino de […]
Category: Your Camino
Preparing your Day Pack
Preparing your Day Pack There are many things you need to consider when Preparing your Day Pack. Generally, you will have 4 to 7 hours walking in front of you, the better prepared you are the better your day will be. Some of the items on the list below are provided in Crossroads Travel Package […]
End of the world
As I walked toward El Faro (lighthouse) where the end of the Camino marker sits, my breath was taken away. The view of a wild Atlantic coastline was well worth the extra 4 days’ walk alone. […]
Finding your rhythm.
Most of all you want to take in what you are doing and enjoy the moment. Pace yourself to meet your goal of arrival but don’t challenge yourself where you forget to smell the roses at the same time! […]
Women’s Group Camino
Our participation as guides is for you to let go and allow the spirit of Camino to be your ally each day. […]
Portuguese Camino and Fado
Fado meaning “fate” is Portuguese music about love, loss, injustice, and pain. […]
Hot topic on Camino BLISTERS!
I have seen feet that can never be unseen. Many pilgrims have to stop walking because of infected blisters. They can literally stop you from completing your Camino. […]
Walking Camino in the heat.
Listen to your body
Something you need to get very good at when you are walking long distances. […]
Training for Camino de Santiago.
Now that you have decided to walk Camino de Santiago it is time to let the journey begin! […]