A collection of interviews with fellow pilgrims from around the world, captured throughout our travels in Spain.
We hope that you will enjoy listening to them.
Insights from Diana
Diana hails from Cambridge, England, is a minister of the Church of England and teacher of computer science, science, theology, geography, and history. She was gracious to share her delightful views of day-to-day life with us, as well as her experiences walking the Camino Primitivo, a different route than ours, which begins in the town of Oviedo in Asturias.
Reminiscing Past Memories on the Camino de Santiago
In 1994, Margaret, a citizen of the U.S., was visiting her best friend in Spain and decided on the spur of the moment to set out on the Camino de Santiago to walk across Spain. Twenty three years later, she shares her past experience with us while recollecting memories and connections of her journey across the country.
Personal Perspectives the Challenges of the Camino
Kim Anja lives in Germany and studies physical therapy in Denmark. With a positive outlook, she takes time on her final day in Spain to talk about pain and the challenges of the Camino with walking from León to Santiago, then continuing to Finisterre — to the end of the world.
Sometimes You Just Have To Do It Your Own Way
Jennifer began walking the Camino Francés in St. Jean Pied de Port with a friend, and decided to stop after two weeks. She left the Camino for a short time to explore Spain, then decided to return to finish the final 118 km from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela.