Buen Camino

Author: Jim Clem,Eleanor Clem

Publisher: PageFree Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781589613423

Category: Travel

Page: 256

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The day to day account of two modern day pilgrims, Jim and Eleanor Clem, as they hike the Camino de Santiago. With over 160 photos, and a practical description of life on the trail, Buen Camino is a must read for anyone interested in the Camino de Santiago, long range hiking, or just a good adventure.

Buen Camino! Walk the Camino de Santiago with a Father and Daughter

Author: Peter Murtagh,Natasha Murtagh

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd

ISBN: 0717151735

Category: Travel

Page: 256

View: 6805


Have you ever dreamed about walking the Camino de Santiago? Join Peter Murtagh, acclaimed Irish journalist, and his teenage daughter Natasha on their epic pilgrimage across the Way of St James and experience their life-changing adventure with them. If you’ve ever wondered what a hike of 900 miles involves, physically and emotionally, look no further than Buen Camino! You will be transported to Northern Spain, to bull-running and fiestas, to prayers and ancient Christian churches, to a gruelling trek that leads to a spiritual transformation. You’ll meet a motley crew of Camino pilgrims, stay with Peter and Natasha in Spartan hostels, learn about the history of the Camino and, above all, laugh and cry with a loving father and daughter as they walk steps trod by thousands of religious travellers before them. Whether you’re a seasoned ‘peregrino’ seeking to relive your glorious Camino days, a Camino novice looking for stories of Camino veterans or someone who’s never even heard of the Camino, Buen Camino! is a must-read, full of drama, exhilaration, love, laughter and spiritual and emotional revelations. More than just a travelogue, Buen Camino! is the unique story of the shared emotional journey of a loving Irish father and daughter and of the deep family bond their shared journey of self-discovery forges. Be seduced by the spirit of the Camino and join Peter and Natasha as they follow the ancient route of Irish monks on pilgrimage and find a way of living in the world more simply. Light in weight, and available as an ebook, this is the perfect Camino companion. ‘A lovely book for those who have done the Camino, or like me, are thinking of doing it’ The Dubliner ‘An addictive, funny, heart-warming, informative read’ The Irish Mail

Buen Camino!

Author: Natasha Murtagh,Peter Murtagh

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan

ISBN: 9780717148431

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 237

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A Father-Daughter Journey from Croagh Patrick to Santiago de Compostela

Buen Camino Hiking the Camino de Santiago

Author: Jim Clem,Eleanor Clem

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780979962806

Category: History

Page: 264

View: 8837


The day to day account of two modern day pilgrims, Jim and Eleanor Clem, as they hike the Camino de Santiago. With over 160 photos, and a practical description of life on the trail, Buen Camino is a must read for anyone interested in the Camino de Santiago, long range hiking, or just a good adventure.

El Camino Real

Author: Edith Moore Jarrett,Beryl J. M. McManus

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Spanish language

Page: 612

View: 9533


Libro de la Monteria

Author: Alfonso XI (King of Castile and Leon),Escorial. Real Biblioteca

Publisher: Hispanic Seminary of

ISBN: N.A

Category: Hunting

Page: 154

View: 1397


Buen Camino

Author: Thea Hughes

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780473150860

Category: New Zealand fiction

Page: 253

View: 2535


Ana, rejected by her mother and sexually abused by her father as a child, who has carried the weight of her traumatic experiences long enough. At the age of thirty, she walks across Spain on the 764 kilometer medieval pilgrim trail, the Camino de Santiago, discovering its colourful history, myths, legends and beautiful Spanish countryside, on a life-changing quest to end her childhood pain. The overwhelming physical demands of the walk add to Ana's emotional suffering. Through an unlikely friendship with Richard, a gentle, older man in the early stages of Alzheimer's, she learns how to let go of the burden she has carried for so long. Richard teaches Ana to leave the past behind and to live in the here and now - as his illness has forced him to do. These two become improbable friends: one who cannot remember and one who cannot forget. It is along the el Camino path that Ana's spiritual journey takes place, for it is here she finds acceptance, friendship and love, as well as the courage to take on her own journey of the rest of her life