Mi primer Camino de Santiago

Mi primer Camino de Santiago is a short novel written in easy Spanish (A1-A2), perfect for those who have walked or are planning to walk the Camino de Santiago in Spain and want to improve their Spanish skills.

But it’s also suitable for anyone looking for a fun and effective way to improve their Spanish through stories.

Available as an ebook and as a paperback.

Audio version also available.

Mi primer Camino De Santiago

Key features:

  • Short chapters of between 200 and 300 words.
  • Bilingual word list, so you can quickly look up new vocabulary.
  • The topics covered and language used are those you would use on a daily basis on the Camino: getting accommodation, ordering food, going into shops and pharmacies, asking for directions… 
  • The text is carefully written for students who are between A1 and A2 levels using simple, short sentences and vocabulary you will encounter on a daily basis, whether it’s on the Camino de Santiago or in your travels around Spain.
  • FREE reading comprehension exercises available.

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Pasatiempos Peregrinos

Learning and fun should always go together, as they do in Pasatiempos Peregrinos, a unique collection of activities designed to help you improve your knowledge of Spanish.

Pasatiempos peregrinos offers a treasure trove of 80 language activities, carefully curated to provide both entertainment and educational value to Spanish language learners. The topics covered are related to travel in general and the Camino de Santiago in particular, such as accommodation, food, health, transportation, shopping, etc.

This book is an invaluable learning companion for students of all proficiency levels. Whether you’re just starting to learn Spanish or looking to reinforce your language abilities, Pasatiempos Peregrinos caters to a wide range of learners and it provides an engaging language learning experience.

Pasatiempos Peregrinos activity book

Key Features:

  • 80 immersive language activities, thoughtfully designed for progressive learning.
  • 10 different types of activities (crossword, wordsearch, odd one out, matching pairs, word and phrase scramble, broken words, etc.
  • 200-word vocabulary list.
  • Dedicated space to create your personalized word list.
  • Solutions provided for every activity, allowing you to reinforce your learning by checking your answers.

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Escritos Peregrinos

Writing greatly facilitates your Spanish learning journey by offering a way to apply and reinforce newly acquired grammar and vocabulary. When you write, you actively use what you’re learning, solidifying your understanding and retention.

Don’t know what to write about?

Escritos Peregrinos offers a curated selection of 90 writing prompts on a variety of topics, including practical aspects of the Camino de Santiago.

Whether you’re a beginner looking to build confidence or an advanced learner this book is yours to explore and experiment with. Start writing now and watch your Spanish improve.

Escritos Peregrinos

Key Features:

  • Intro, in both English and Spanish, with suggestions on how best to use the book.
  • 90 prompts on a variety of topics, including the Camino de Santiago.
  • Space to write down all the new Spanish words and phrases you may learn during the process.
  • Lined writing space.
  • 6×9″, a good size to fit in your backpack.

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When learning a language, people tend to focus on listening and speaking, and maybe reading too. Writing is overlooked in most cases.

But writing in your target language has many benefits:

➜ Unlike reading and listening, writing is an active skill. When you write, you are producing your own words.

➜ Making active use of the language helps your brain better remember what you’re learning.

➜ Writing helps you improve your grammar and vocabulary.

➜ All of this helps you prepare for speaking. 

That’s why I created this collection of journals.

✔︎ Designed specifically for pilgrims undertaking the Camino.

✔︎ They offer a unique opportunity to practice your Spanish as you record your journey.

 All journals include:

  • Intro, in both English and Spanish, with suggestions on how best to use the journal.
  • Prompts to help you reflect on the experience, before, during and after the Camino.
  • Pre-Camino: plan your stages, finalise your packing list, keep track of your to-do list.
  • Blank writing space.
  • Inspirational quotes.
  • 6×9″, a good size to fit in your backpack.
40 day Camino journal

Reflexiones desde el Camino

With space to record up to 40 days on any Camino.

15 day Camino journal

Reflexiones desde el Camino (15 days)

A shorter version of the journal, for any Camino up to 15 days.

Camino Inglés journal

El Camino Inglés

With info about the route from both A Coruña and Ferrol… and space to write about both too.

Journal Camino Portugués

El Camino Portugués

With space for up to 15 days on the Camino + info about the towns along the central route, from Tui to Santiago.

Journal Camino Fisterra

El Camino de Fisterra y Muxía

With space for journaling + information about the route.

Variante Espiritual

La Variante Espiritual

With space for up to 15 days on the Camino + info about the Spanish towns along the Portuguese Caminos, via the Spiritual Variant.