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My name is David, I’m from Ireland and I’m a pilgrim. In 2011, I discovered the Camino de Santiago. Since then, I return to the North of Spain to walk a part of this amazing trail, to take in its culture, to meet people from all over the world and of course, give my spirit some food for thought.
The Camino de Santiago is a pilgrimage but in my eyes, it is also a challenge, a way of meeting people and a great way of getting away from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life. There are many Caminos to Santiago from all across Europe, but my experiences have mainly been on Camino Frances; an ancient trail covering 800 kilometres across Spain starting in St Jean Pied de Port in the foothills of France and ending in Santiago de Compostela in Galicia.
I wrote about my first Camino in 2012 when I walked from Astorga to Sarria. The following year was very much a social experiment and I met people from all over the globe walking from Logrono to Leon. Read about my times on the Camino Frances here.
In 2018, I walked the Camino Portuguese for the first time with my brother. And I’m far from done! In May 2019, I walked the Camino Ingles from A Coruna and shortly, I will be walking part of the Camino Portuguese from Lisbon.
I love writing and talking about the various Caminos to Santiago and if you are one of the many people who has walked these routes, you may well feel the same. This isn’t a travel website but I hope my talking about my times on the Camino help you as you plan for yours.
Feel free to browse and “like” any of my posts and if you have any questions, please feel free to comment.
- Qo you have a Question?: Are you planning a Camino? Do you have a question about a particular route or accommodation? I might be able to help you. If I can’t, I will find an answer for you. Email me.
- Have you walked a Camino or have a story to tell? I’d love to hear it! Contact me!
- Do you own a blog about the Camino? Get in touch! Perhaps we can exchange guest posts.
Disfruta y Buen Camino!