Fragas do Eume Natural Park: Camino Inglés Enchanted Forest
Fragas do Eume is an Atlantic Forest in north-west Spain, along the Eume River along the Camino Inglés . It is a temperate rainforest and one of the most extensive and best-preserved forests on Europe’s Atlantic coast. The park is home to a variety of wildlife and contains the San Juan de Caaveiro Monastery. In 2012, a fire destroyed a section of the park, burning 750 hectares.
Exploring the Monastery of Santa María in Sobrado dos Monxes
Discover Sobrado Abbey or The Monastery of Santa María in Sobrado dos Monxes as a pilgrim refuge, albergue, and major heritage destination along the Camino Inglés. Since the 10th century the Cistercian monks have made this a place of contemplation which you can also experience as a Pilgrim.
Camino: Gateway to Global Citizenship for William & Mary Students
The Harris Family Study Abroad Scholarship at William & Mary College, Virginia, USA, Focuses on the Camino de Santiago experience, allows students to engage in interdisciplinary inquiry, fostering global awareness among the student body.
Emilio Estevez Interview: The Way Movie it’s Relevance in a Post-Pandemic World
Emilio Estevez discusses the re-release of The Way movie on Salon Talks, highlighting its post-pandemic relevance. The film explores self-discovery and community, with a sequel planned. The re-release was set for May 16th.
The Way Revisited: Estevez Movie Inspires a Decade Later
Emilio Estevez's 2010 film "The Way" experienced a resurgence in 2023 with a re-release, sparking renewed interest and the potential for a sequel. This in-depth analysis explores the film's background, production, critical reception, and lasting impact.
About The Codex Calixtinus: The Book of St. James
The Codex Calixtinus is a medieval manuscript compiled between 1135 and 1139, possibly by Aymeric Picaud. It consists of five books and provides information about the pilgrimage to the shrine of Saint James in Santiago de Compostela, Spain