Do you think you are too old, too young, or not fit enough for an adventure?
What about if it’s a walking adventure in Northern Spain?
Do you want to hike the famous pilgrimage trail, the 500 mile/800 km Camino Frances, but don’t have 30+ days for that trek? Or are you terrified of the fitness, research, and planning that is required?
The key to achieving any goal is fitness – whether it is mental, physical or emotional. Follow the planner I wish I had to set yourself up for success. I’ve done all the research for you, so just fill in the blanks and away you go. This is not calendar based, so there is no FOMO here.
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What an excellent step by step instructional guide to prepare for this walk! If walking a Camino has ever been your dream, this book is a must have. Susan Jagannath doesn’t miss a beat when she lays out what to do, what you need, and what you’ll find along the way. A must-have your personal library!Hema Shah
Most people have no idea how to tackle this epic adventure.This is where Susan hit the sweet spot for those people dreaming to experience the joy of an adventure like this. She’s created the blueprint for the reader to have their own adventure by documenting everything from the logistics, to the sensory experiences of this travel journey. If you haven’t already booked your trip, do it and let Susan’s insight, joy, and expertise guide you!Sandy Peckinpah
“A comprehensive guide to this centuries old, lesser known route, Ms. Jagannath takes her reader from beginning directly to Santiago de Compostela. And, shows it can be done in only 6 days of adventure walking! For those people unable to garner the month often needed for the Camino Frances, or Camino Portuguese, or those not sure of their physical capability for a month long trek, the Camino Ingles is a brilliant answer.Katherine Elliot
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Smashing the myths of fitness for an adventure on the Camino.read more
If you are setting out on the Portuguese Camino, be aware that this week Pope Francis joins pilgrims in Portugal. Not on the Camino, but to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima! 100 years ago, Our Lady appeared to three peasant children and asked them to pray for peace....read more
Finisterre/Finisterra or the end of the earth is point zero of the Camino. This is the literally the physical end of the Camino, considered the end of the earth from Celtic times. Pilgrims, seekers and plain old adventurers followed the Camino de Compostela or the Way...read more
Exactly a year ago today, we entered the Catedral de Santiago, after walking 144 kms in 6 days across Spain to get there! Here's a little video to celebrate! The End of the Camino...read more
The second last day on the Camino Inglesread more