A weekly podcast featuring interviews with pilgrims from around the world who have walked the many paths to the remains of Christ's Apostle St James in Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain. Hosted by Sydney broadcaster and producer Dan Mullins, My Camino - the Podcast explores pilgrims' motivation for undertaking their Camino, what they carried, where they stayed, how far they walked each day and many other questions. Dan and his guests also explore the mystical nature of the Camino ~ and what makes it so special to so many pilgrims from around the globe. If you're a pilgrim or are thinking of walking the Camino de Santiago, this podcast is for you. Sponsor Dan via patreon.com/danmullins or danmullinsmusic.com
The joy of couplets. American pilgrims, Amy Horton and Ben Voss talk pilgrimage, poetry and ...poultry.
I'm having a few weeks off to re-boot before a very busy 2022. Amy Horton is one of the co-ordinators of the St Louis chapter of the American Pilgrims on the Camino - we met in Nevada in March 2020 - days before Covid hit. Amy and her husband Ben are the quintessential thinkers. They felt the lure of the Camino and it now plays a big part in their lives....and the lives of their chickens.
Irish pilgrim Natasha Murtagh has walked the Camino six times with her father, Peter. They wrote a book about their journey, "Buen Camino"
I'm taking two weeks off from hosting as I try to re-boot ahead of a very busy year. You are going to love Natasha's passion for the Camino and a similar passion for family. This is a story about love...pure and simple. You can find Natasha and Peter's book everywhere. It's called "Buen Camino". Enjoy dm
American pilgrim, author and world adventurer Brien Crothers talks about the Camino providing inspiration to put words on a page
American pilgrim, author and world adventurer Brien Crothers has written numerous books about the Camino, he also writes a blog and regular articles via various Facebook groups. Brien and I have exchanged emails for years.....I was desperate to know if his world-travelling life was an adventurous spirit or a restless spirit. You're going to love his Camino story. Brien's books are available via Amazon and you can find his blog via grandpasgoneagain.com
American pilgrim Dave Newlin. This is pure Camino magic. A surprise for all of us at the end......!!!
Dave Newlin was unhappy, unfit and unable to make change. Then he heard about el Camino de Santiago.....and his world, and the world of those around him, changed. This is a wonderful interview - full of insights, discoveries, delights and dreams. Wait until the end for a surprise for all of us.
Canadian pilgrim and hospitalera Angela Hemming walked the Camino seeking clarity. IT found her!!!
I met Angela Hemming when she was working as a hospitalera in Rabanal del Camino in 2016. We sang songs in the reading room ....and pilgrims from all over the world came to sing along. Such joy can be found on the Camino....and such clarity. It was clarity Angela sought when she walked the Camino a few years before I met her. It provided answers to questions, suggestions to clues, and energy to thoughts. For Angela, the Camino was a new beginning.
John H Clark walked the Camino despite his fears. He returned with a book: Camino: Laughter and Tears along Spain's 500-mile Camino De Santiago
John H Clark wrote Camino: Laughter and Tears along Spain's 500-mile Camino De Santiago. He was someone who NEVER travelled; never took risks; and never moved outside his comfort zone. The Camino changed all that!! His is a story of discovery - both personal and spiritual
Exactly two years ago I was almost half way through my first Camino. Listening to the podcasts, the beautiful and varied stories is flooding me with heart felt memories. Thank you.
Great to hear whilst COVID Caminoing
Only started listening to podcasts a month ago during my COVID lockdown. Here in Sydney we are fortunate enough to be able to leave home for exercise, so I have been walking around the neighbourhood listening to podcasts. As a one time peregrino I searched for Camino podcasts and stumbled across Dan’s podcast, it’s been a great listen. The stories have been great, genuine and often heart warming.
Have just come across your podcast and have thoroughly enjoyed listening to it on my walks as I train for my Camino that I will be taking on in just a few weeks now from St Jean to Santiago. There are many similar podcasts but this one by far is the best structured and professionally sounding not to mention the meditating tones of Dan’s voice. I have enjoyed hearing everyone’s stories and wonder to myself if I will continue listening to the episodes whilst on my Camino or whether to attempt “unplugging” altogether from social media as I take in and live out my story. Thanks Dan for a great Podcast!