Craig Martin has been travelling full-time since February 2006 and walked three Caminos in that time: the Camino Francés, the Via de la Plata, and the Camino Inglés. A Kiwi, he loves wine and is addicted to the new. Find more of his travels on his award-winning site, @indietravel on Twitter, or on Google+.
Everyone who walks the Camino should get familiar with the following Spanish terms
A smoking silver thurible swooped through the gothic arches overhead, richly scented incense pouring from its sides. Eight priests in heavy robes acted as the counterweight, controlling a rope as...
The focal point and namesake of the Camino de Santiago is the city of Santiago de Compostela, located in Spain's far northwest.
There are a plethora of guidebooks and online resources to help you plan your pilgrimage, but I’m of the opinion that you should do the minimum amount of planning possible.
The network of Caminos crosses Europe, and you can follow a Way from Finland or Turkey.