Three Things You Don’t Actually Need on the Camino de Santiago

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…what you really don’t need for a 500-mile walk across northern Spain.

Guide to Walking the Camino de Santiago

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One of the things that amazes me about the Camino is it’s universal appeal. Thousands of pilgrims walk it every year. Hundreds of thousands have been walking it for centuries. Catholics, protestants, athiests, agnostics, pagans, buddhists, jews, and every hybrid you can imagine line the path. The movie The Way, with Martin Sheen, inspired thousands more to pack a bag and take a long walk. Perhaps you are among them. If you’re considering walking the Camino de Santiago, here’s what you need to know:

5 Things the Camino Taught Me

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Walking the Camino de Santiago gives pilgrims the chance for reflection. Jennifer Miller shares the 5 things the Camino taught her during her journey.

The Modern Day Pilgrimage

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Embarking on the ancient pilgrimage of the Camino de Santiago, across France and Spain has Jenn Miller asking some fundamental about the concept of pilgrimage in the modern world and the significance to the less than religious traveler.

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