zaterdag 6 januari 2018

Del Norte, also from above

31 Days on the Camino del Norte. This video includes nice drone footage. See the camino like never before.

Aurimas Mockus

The route in Google Earth

This little yellow fellow walks the Camino Francés in about 15 minutes.
Want to join him?
Using Google Earth to show the path through the landscapes and villages.

(For higher resolution set quality to 720)
La gente del cammino

donderdag 14 december 2017

Kumano Kodo

" Giaan Rooney treks the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail in Wakayama prefecture, Japan, filled with ancient shrines, temples, breathtaking nature and traditional Japanese culture along the way. "

Have a look at the sister route of the Camino de Santiago.

Visit Japan Au

Camino Del Norte from Gijon onwards (and also Irun - Gijon)

Often pilgrims walk the Camino del Norte and at about Oviedo they continue on the Camino Primitivo. So they don't meet the last stages of the Camino del Norte.
What does the Camino del Norte starting in Gijon look like?
A focus on path and landcape.


Oh, by the way, if you're interested, here's the part of C.C. walking from Irun to Gijon ;-)
This one has stills.

Sliding through the C Frances

The Camino Frances starting at about 311 km before Santiago in the beautiful city of Leon.

A slide show presentation by Pedro Subias.

woensdag 8 november 2017

The last stage...

The famous stage of the Camino Frances starting in Sarria.
(and going beyond Santiago towards the ocean..)

Dario Corradino

zaterdag 28 oktober 2017

Book Brabbs Pilgrimage

A new pilgrimage book by Derry Brabbs: Pilgrimage:
The Great Pilgrim Routes of Britain and Europe.
Several routes in Western Europe are covered,
none in Eastern- or Northern Europe.

Via Podiensis
Via De La Plata
Munchner Jakobsweg
St Cuthbert's Way
Les Chemis Du Mont-Saint-Michel
Camino Frances
Via di Francesco
Via Coloniensis
Via Francigena (2 options)

Publisher Frances Lincoln; 1 edition (26 Oct. 2017)

Earlier (2008) Brabbs published: 
The Roads to Santiago: The Medieval Pilgrimage Routes Through France and Spain to Santiago De Compostela