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San Juan
What is San Juan Night? San Juan Night is an ancient midsummer celebration that takes place in the evening of the 23rd of June. It is also known as Saint John’s Eve. The evening of San Juan is one of the shortest nights of the year, and people come together around a bonfire to celebrate the beginning...
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glamping on the camino de santiago
Glamping on the Camino de Santiago: a new way to travel? Glamping, which comes from the combination of “glamour” and “camping” is a style of traveling that mixes traditional camping with the luxuries of hotel accommodations. It is an experience that allows you to feel the pleasure of being surrounded by nature without sacrificing any...
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camino de santiago problems
Learn about some possible Camino de Santiago problems and how to solve them Walking the Camino is an enjoyable experience, but it is always better to be prepared for any trouble. Here are some possible Camino de Santiago problems and the best ways to solve them. Don’t let anything spoil your adventure! “I have suffered...
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8 books inspired by the Camino de Santiago The Camino de Santiago has inspired many to write about their experiences along the pilgrimage.  Many novelists have chosen the Camino as a setting. Some, like Paulo Coelho, have even found their true calling thanks to their walk towards Santiago. Here are eight fiction and non-fiction books...
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Food on the Camino de Santiago Galiwonders
We are compiling some usual questions related to food on the Camino de Santiago The Camino de Santiago can be considered by many as a culinary experience. Each route passes through different regions, each one of them with its own specialties. In fact, we receive many questions related to food on the Camino de Santiago....
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April can be considered as the starting month of the Camino de Santiago season. As such, we are reviewing the most popular Camino routes.  After the cold winter months, the Camino de Santiago wakes up again by the end of March, beginning of April. Pilgrims from all over the world start again to pack their...
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The English Way - Galiwonders
If you are planning to walk the English Way, keep reading The path from Betanzos to Mesón do Vento, on the English Way, has experienced some changes. Particularly, the stretch from Presedo to Hospital de Bruma. Even if there are indications along the way, if you are planning to walk this route, you may find...
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luggage transfer on the Camino
Luggage transfer on the Camino: no need to damage your back on the way The Camino de Santiago is becoming more and more popular each year. Pilgrims from all over the world travel from their countries, to enjoy this vital experience. Many different motivations move them, to take on this adventure: as a way to...
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Strangers on Earth Camino de Santiago documentary Galiwonders
STRANGERS ON THE EARTH, a new documentary about the Camino de Santiago, opens May 4 in the US.    Hailed as “deeply moving” (NOW Magazine) and “marvelous” (Globe and Mail), Strangers on the Earth explores the mental landscapes of the intrepid wayfarers who search for meaning on the paths of Europe’s most popular pilgrimage, the Camino de Santiago....
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Today we are bringing some interesting facts about the Camino de Santiago The Camino de Santiago is the most popular and ancient pilgrimage route. As such, there are many Camino de Santiago facts, or anecdotes related to this walking trail. Let’s discover a couple of them, keep reading! 1) The most ancient route of the...
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