FINAL EPISODE OF SEASON THREE!
It’s time to catch up with Dawn and Fiona from Australia, who we met in season three, episode three. These two peregrinas walked the Camino Francés in August and September this year.
You will hear how their plans unfolded and if booking all their accommodations in advance turned out to be the best way for them to do this . . . and what they would do differently next time. Because it sounds like there will be a next time, for both Dawn and Fiona.
We will be talking about what it means to have a hard day on the Camino and how they supported each other through those difficult times as well as how they shared the joy of their early morning walks during a 17-day heat wave.
And you will find out if it is possible to have a Camino family if you are staying in hotels and guesthouses, rather than in the albergues where most pilgrims stay.
I think that while listening to Dawn and Fiona’s story you will find yourself wondering what big thing you will be doing next, whether that is walking the Camino or something else, maybe something you have been dreaming of for decades.
Dawn and Fiona booked their Camino with the Australian company, Raw Travel. Here is there website: https://rawtravel.com/
A DIFFERENT WAY TO START THE CAMINO
Find out how the groups I lead are unlike any other Camino groups out there. Go to https://thecaminoexperience.com/walk-with-me/ for the whole story.
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HALFWAY CERTIFICATE FOR THE CAMINO FRANCÉS
An attractive certificate marking your arrival at the halfway point between Saint Jean Pied de Port and Santiago de Compostela is available at the Santuario de la Virgen Peregrina in Sahagún. Be sure to check the opening hours when planning your visit.
Related: Check out Dawn and Fiona’s “before” story in episode three of this season of the “YOU on the Camino de Santiago” podcast.