I’ve been seeing many posts lately in various long distance trek circles about how crowded the Camino de Santiago (490 Mile Trek Through Northern Spain) is lately. So I decided to dig into the facts to see how many people are currently hiking the Camino de Santiago. Here’s what I found… In 2018 a whopping … More Is The Camino de Santiago Becoming Too Crowded?
Guest post by Kate Spencer-Millan an artist inspired by the Camino de Santiago… I’ve walked El Camino de Santiago twice and continue to have a love for it. I remember the first time I told friends and family I was planning to walk it, they would always ask ‘why?’ My answer quite often was ‘I … More Guest Post: Camino de Santiago Painter Kate Spencer-Millan
Had an amazing time chatting with Jeremy Bassetti recently on his new podcast All Over The Place. We talked writing, the creative life and hiking the Camino de Santiago… Check Out The Episode! Click Here.
Had a great time chatting with Tom Gose recently on is travel podcast Peanut Butter & Passports – Chats With Travelers and Authors. We talked travel, Spain and hiking the Camino de Santiago… Check Out The Audio – Part 1: Click Here.
Packing and planning for trips can be challenging. It can be especially challenging when you are planning to hike, camp or spend time in multiple climates overseas. These simple travel hacks can save you time and money. So before heading out on your next great adventure be sure to use a few of these pro … More Easy Travel Hacks For Adventure Travelers
As we all now know Anthony Bourdain host of CNN’s “Parts Unknown” was found dead Friday in his hotel room in France, by fellow celebrity chef and close friend Eric Ripert. Someone who had, from the outside looking in, the perfect life, hung himself in a luxury hotel room. To say I have been a … More Goodbye Anthony Bourdain