Corpus Christi – Lots of Celebrations In Galicia

Flower Carpets Amaze & Delight Many special ways to celebrate the festival of Corpus Christi some dating back to 1246, 13 17 and the 14th century in Spain. One that is incredibly beautiful, full of creativity and dedication by those who do the work of the impressive designs along with those who come to admire […]

History of the Billabong – Elizabeth Shares In The Camino

The camino provides an opportunity for personal introspection and adventure. A getting to know yourself in a unique way and to discovering new friendships that make for fun bonding experiences all along the way.  Learning of other people’s cultures is truly one of the most special experiences on the journey and since the Camino is […]

Locks of LOVE in Santiago

Modern Camino Trends Could It Become A New Tradition? Candados, in spanish, or Locks that were popular in Paris and other european cities have been making their way to Santiago de Compostela.  Having noticed this in 2011 and seeing it continue one reflects on the traditions, symbols, their origin and beginnings.  We are all familiar […]

Via De La Plata – Springtime In The Camino

The sun is shining all over Galicia making its springtime Camino Call to all who will answer.  Nothing better than exploring another part of this magical land and meeting pilgrim friends along the way.  It was perfect timing to make a new adventure to Ourense to discover a little of the Via De La Plata […]

Expo Bike & Bicigrino Arrive Santiago

Expo Bike and Bicigrino arrived in Santiago de Compostela, April 15, 2014, and were all smiles from their successful completion of their Camino journey.  A special time shared among pilgrim friends Jose Luis Penedo Del Rio (Cologne, Germany), Helmut Weingarten (Cologne, Germany), Julio Castro Marcote (Santiago de Compostela, Spain) and Cándido Pazos López (Santiago de […]

The Camino, Life & Art – Gabriela Quiroz

“The word pilgrimage comes from the Latin word peregrinus, which means a person wandering the earth in exile, someone in search of a spiritual homeland.” -Ian Cron Chasing Francis Gabriela Quiroz and I shared some special time talking of her unique pilgrimage experience as she made the journey with her  Travel Light Film companions, Lindsay Thompson, Lauren Martinez, […]

Castles, Monasteries & Cathedrals – Adria Lopez

What do you get when you mix a passion for discovery, ancient historical monuments, and the inspiration of a 14 year old boy named Adria Lopez? You get an incredibly creative and educational website that will delight and invite you to explore and discover more of Spain’s treasured culture, history, and amazing beauty. Adria Lopez […]