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Following Shells on The Camino de Santiago

By on November 15, 2016

There are few symbols of the Camino de Santiago that can compete with the scallop shell. Along with yellow arrows the scallop shell has the power to lead pilgrims hundreds of kilometres to Santiago even without a map.

Shells can be found pained on walls, rocks, trees and pavement and…

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What is the Camino de Santiago?

By on November 15, 2016

Walking 780km across Spain resulted in many different reactions from everyone I know.

Some were shocked, some were impressed, some completely understood and some questioned my sanity.

I personally had all reactions over the 27 days it took me to complete the Camino de Santiago.

Many people have heard of the ancient…

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Why I Decided to do the Camino de Santiago

By on November 15, 2016

When I was a few years younger and just in the early beginnings of my globetrotting days I was inspired by every adventure, every challenge and every story. I would spend time in hostels questioning other travellers about their experiences selfishly seeking inspiration for myself. What can I say…

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