"YOU HAVE TO GO ALONE!"
Yana, a Boston mom of two young boys, shares with us her experiences of preparing to walk the Caminho Português and helps us answer some tough questions:
- Where (or when) does the Camino really start?
- What do you do when a friend says you have to go alone?
- How do you stay “in the moment” when you are preparing to walk the Camino?
- What are the yellow arrows and why do we love them?
- How do you know if you need to book beds in advance or if you can just turn up each day?
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WALK WITH ME IN 2023!
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AMERICANS, GET YOUR CREDENCIAL HERE
Americans can get their pilgrim Credencial before they leave home by visiting the website for the American Pilgrims on the Camino organization. https://americanpilgrims.org/request-a-credential/
DO YOU KNOW MR. THERAPOD?
Yana mentioned this podcast during our conversation. Focused on sobriety support: https://www.mrtherapod.com/
Related: Andrea and Jason have inspired a lot of pilgrims! Check out our conversation here. https://thecaminoexperience.com/andrea-and-jason-walk-camino-frances/