El Camino Portugués

For the second Camino in this series I’ve chosen the Camino Portugués (Portuguese Way). It’s the second most popular route to Santiago de Compostela, after the Camino Francés. And also, it is where I live. As the name suggests, the Camino Portugués goes to Santiago de Compostela from Portugal, but there are a couple of … More El Camino Portugués

El Camino Francés

We always talk about el Camino de Santiago or The Way as if there was one Camino only. In reality, there are many -although not all of them are equally known. Some people are not even aware that there are so many Caminos. Anyway, when we hear el Camino (de Santiago), what most of us … More El Camino Francés

Necesito un médico

Have you been following my weekly lessons? Then, you will know that I’ve been doing a series on health related issues. Apart from body parts, we’ve also learnt other things. Let’s recap before we go on: You are an EU citizen and you got your  Tarjeta Sanitaria Europea (European Health Insurance Card). And if you … More Necesito un médico

Your body

I guess we all agree that your pies (feet) are the most important part of your body while doing the Camino de Santiago. After all, you’ll be walking for days or weeks. In El botiquín I mentioned the most common problem your pies can have, ampollas, and I recommended some basic items you should carry in your … More Your body