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16
Sep

What does Ultreia et Suseia mean?

Ultreia et Suseia, is a message in Latin still present in the Way of Saint James. Among the pilgrims who walk one of the various Xacobean routes we can hear two greetings. The most common is undoubtedly “Buen Camino” (Good Way), which is a wish for other pilgrims to live a good journey. Foreigners also...
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09
Sep

St. James’ Way in Autumn: what to expect

Doing the Way of St. James is an incredible experience no matter the season of the year. But it is true that if you are thinking of doing St. James’ Way in autumn, there are certain factors that we must take into account to be as prepared as possible for this adventure in which you...
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31
Aug

Galoha: Hawaiian shirts for the Way

There are Ways that seem destined to cross. This is the case of Galiwonders and Galoha, who besides sharing initial, share inspiration, objectives and values. It was during this atypical hot summer when our first meeting happened. We were struck, as any fan of Hawaiian shirts, by their colorful designs, their quality fabric and the...
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30
Aug

What is the Via Francigena? September Giveaway

September is full of advantages on the Way: temperatures are milder, the routes are not as busy…. That’s why September is our favorite month. Although many associate it with the end of summer, from Galiwonders we want to celebrate that there are still a few weeks left to enjoy it to the fullest with a...
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26
Aug

The Camino de Santiago from Vigo, Stages and Maps

How long does it take to walk the Camino de Santiago from Vigo? Which Camino de Santiago route passes through this city? Can I get my Compostela certificate if I start from Vigo? We will answer these and many other questions related to the last section of the Portuguese Coastal Way. Particularly, its last 100...
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