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Pilgrim House in Santiago de Compostella

Pilgrim House in Santiago de Compostella

Rob The Traveller

For Pilgrims ending their Camino in Santiago, or indeed just passing through, then Pilgrim House is a welcome little Oasis for you. At the end of my first Camino I dropped in their to get some laundry done and discovered what a ‘gem’ it is.

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Rob’s Journey

Here is a full video summary of my Camino de Santiago Journey in April/May 2015 along the Camino Frances. This 37 minute video is a compilation from some of the 400+ mini videos that I took during the journey, many of which are on the pages of this Blog. This video covers the whole 40 day  walk from St Jean Pied de Porte to Santiago de Compostella focussing on 7 themes. The Beginning | The Physical | The Emotional & Spiritual | Places | People | The Final 100 km | Post Camino Reflections | I hope you enjoy it 🙂 Thanks My very sincere thanks must go to Maybelle Anne Yutiamco, who worked tirelessly in the background on a daily basis uploading my videos, editing them, posting pictures and transcribing my thoughts, as I walked. I did the easy bit.  I just walked 🙂 This final ‘compilation’ work is all hers!  The selection of the themes, which clips to use, the music, the editing…….  I think she did a wonderful job! So I should give a plug for Maybelle and her team members at Virtual Done Well.  ...

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Camino de Santiago Videos

Camino de Santiago Videos

Rob The Traveller

My Favourite Camino Videos There are some great Camino de Santiago videos that other Pilgrims have made and indeed some that inspired me to either walk the Camino or make my own videos. Here’s my own ‘series’. http://robscamino.com/camino-de-santiago-video-series/

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The Post Camino Blues

The Post Camino Blues

Rob The Traveller

The Post Camino Blues are real for many people. So it makes sense to be ready for it…… I had read a lot about Pilgrims arriving in Santiago and going through a sense of loss. A ‘let down’ that their journey was over. As you will have read in my Blog I was ready for that, but didn’t experience it.

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More Post Camino Reflections

More Post Camino Reflections

Rob The Traveller

It’s 107 days since I walked in to Santiago de Compostela, having departed from St Jean 40 days before. And I still reflect on my walk. Almost daily. I still follow the Camino of others on the Camino Forum. And now I’m thinking of my next Camino. But what has changed if anything? Am I just back into the daily grind? Or are there lasting Camino impacts?

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