Álvaro is from Barcelona, although he lives in Bangkok. During a visit to his family he took the opportunity to walk the Way of Saint James on his own from Sarria.
Bego and her little dog Goldin have walked the English Way from A Coruña to Santiago de Compostela. They have enjoyed it, but it has not been easy.
The pilgrim faces in each stage to Santiago de Compostela more than twenty kilometres walking with all his belongings loaded on his back. Excess weight or poor weight distribution can cause the pilgrim discomfort and even neck contractures and knee injuries.
The Way of Saint James involves physical effort for the pilgrim. Those who decide to do it all the way face more than seven hundred kilometres to Santiago de Compostela. For the pilgrim who decides to walk only the hundred kilometres necessary to reach Compostela, the
Before starting the Way of Saint James, pilgrims should be aware that they will carry all their luggage. It is therefore necessary to choose a suitable backpack that distributes the weight correctly and avoids muscle overload or knee injuries. In addition, the weight of the luggage
Although the Way of Saint James is intended to be a quiet journey of self-knowledge and spiritual quest, it involves physical exertion. Pilgrims who face it well prepared can complete it leaving aside injuries. However, there are complications that are beyond control and preparation, so it
The Way of Saint James is a spiritual journey that the pilgrim makes to find the meaning of life. A journey that involves physical effort and for which the pilgrim must prepare. Although one of the objectives of the pilgrimage is self-knowledge, the pilgrim should know