34 episodios

Camino Talks is a series of interviews and talks related to the Camino de Santiago brought to you by FollowtheCamino.com and OneFootAbroad.com | We chat with the people that make it so special and share their stories with you.

The Camino de Santiago is a long-distance pilgrimage walk towards Santiago in the north-west of Spain and is a popular destination for people from a variety of backgrounds. There is a Camino out there for everyone, from family holidays to solo travelers, all of our holidays are custom made for you.

Discover more https://followthecamino.com/en/
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    • Cultura y sociedad

Camino Talks is a series of interviews and talks related to the Camino de Santiago brought to you by FollowtheCamino.com and OneFootAbroad.com | We chat with the people that make it so special and share their stories with you.

The Camino de Santiago is a long-distance pilgrimage walk towards Santiago in the north-west of Spain and is a popular destination for people from a variety of backgrounds. There is a Camino out there for everyone, from family holidays to solo travelers, all of our holidays are custom made for you.

Discover more https://followthecamino.com/en/
Buen Camino!

    Food of the Camino Frances with Blanca Valencia | Follow the Camino

    Food of the Camino Frances with Blanca Valencia | Follow the Camino

    Blanca Valencia is a cook and expert in Spanish gastronomy. In this episode of Camino Talks she walks us through the Camino Frances and the regions it passes through, discussing the unique and notable foods that you will find along the Way of Saint James. We discuss Navarra, La Rioja, Castile and Leon, and Galicia, with their diverse and delicious foods!

    You can see the full French Way on the Camino here: https://followthecamino.com/en/camino-tours/camino-frances/.

    Born in Spain, Blanca Valencia grew up between Central America and Spain. She is a cook, teacher and speaker that specializes in Spanish food. Blanca has a Grand Diplome from London’s Le Cordon Bleu and has run the test kitchen at Books For Cooks (London). She has also run a stage at elBullihotel (Seville, Spain), and the cooking school at Alambique (Madrid). She collaborates regularly with the Spanish Commercial Offices and gives talks and workshops about Spanish gastronomy at the Cervantes Institutes in the U.S. and Ireland.



    Blanca is the co-host of Spicebags podcast, a podcast about international food and communities in an Irish context. In Dublin, Blanca has done classes in Triggerfish cookshop, Cook’s academy, Catex, and the All-Ireland Tapas competition. Her favourite town on the Camino Francés is Sahagún, where her grandmother is from.



    You can learn more on her website: www.blancavalencia.com

    And listen to the Spice Bags podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5b44J6OhuLI3ySVnIkvYWz



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    There is a Camino out there for everyone, from family holidays to solo travelers, and all of our holidays are custom-made for you. We can even make your walking days shorter and add in extra rest days to suit your level of fitness.



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    • 33 min
    WE the Change Launching Big Ideas and Creating New Realities with Shannon Wallis | Follow the Camino

    WE the Change Launching Big Ideas and Creating New Realities with Shannon Wallis | Follow the Camino

    Business coach Shannon Wallis joins us on this episode of Camino Talks to discuss her new book – WE the Change: Launching Big Ideas and Creating New Realities. This book is a combination of Camino memoir, life story, and a guide to making positive changes in your life.

    Shannon Wallis’ ability to launch big ideas and create new realities comes from more than thirty years of professional study as well as a lifetime of personal vision, tenacity, and practice.

    Her clients include leaders, teams, and organizations on six continents from Fortune 50 companies and non-profits. She has worked with over twenty thousand leaders on six continents to launch big ideas and create new realities for their leadership, teams, and organizations.

    Prior to founding Cascade Leadership, Shannon was the global director of high-potential leadership development at Microsoft.

    As an executive coach and leadership and organization effectiveness consultant, Shannon’s personal journey of transformation is living proof of the power of working collectively to WE the Change. Shannon continues the journey with her family, Joe, Savannah, Fiona, and darling dog Zoey, in Bellevue, WA.

    In this Camino Talks interview, Shannon discusses her journey to the Camino. From her challenging childhood through a series of devastating events in her life, and on to the path of healing. WE the Change is a roadmap for anyone wanting to transform their life, organization, or community.

    We love how this book weaves together the physical journey on the Camino with emotional and mental journeys in life. The lessons and messages of the book are so clear and applicable to life, while still being creatively and engagingly written.



    You can buy your copy of WE The Change here

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    • 46 min
    Long-distance Thru-hiker and Author Keith Foskett | Follow the Camino

    Long-distance Thru-hiker and Author Keith Foskett | Follow the Camino

    There is something wonderful about taking on a pilgrimage! 

    Keith Foskett's love of long-distance hiking, also known as thru-hiking, all started with the Camino de Santiago.   

    He walked Le Puy Camino and Camino Frances combined - a distance of around 1000 miles (over 1500 kilometres) - and fell in love with long-distance hiking. Since then, he has taken on some of the world's best-known routes.   

    He has written four books about his adventures on the Camino, the Pacific Crest Trail, the Appalachian Trail, and the Cape Wrath Trail and the West Highland Way in Scotland.   

    Keith joined us for a Camino Talks interview to discuss hiking, the different trails, and mental health. 



    If this Camino Talks episode has sparked your curiosity you can learn more about Keith and his books on his website - https://www.keithfoskett.com/​   

    Ask us about doing Le Puy Camino and the Camino Frances on our website: https://followthecamino.com​ 

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    • 34 min
    Camino for Good with Kelly Gilfillan | Follow the Camino

    Camino for Good with Kelly Gilfillan | Follow the Camino

    Five hikers started Camino for Good to both share their experiences along the Camino de Santiago and to raise money for Camino hostels struggling due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

    Kelly is one of those pilgrims and founders of Camino for Good - a virtual Camino platform that donates money to albergues (pilgrim hostels) along the Camino de Santiago.

    COVID-19 has caused an almost total stop in travelers walking the Camino, which has had a massive impact on the livelihoods of those along the ways. Without their normal income from walkers, many Camino albergues have been forced to shut their doors. 

    To help support these unique small businesses along the trails that offer shelter to pilgrims, 75% of Camino for Good's net income is donated to them. 

    It is also a brilliant experience for the virtual pilgrims! With maps to track your progress, photos, and stories from along the way, and an online community of fellow walkers this experience aims to get people moving and keep the Camino spirit alive until we can travel again. 

    You can learn all about Camino for Good and sign up to join their virtual Camino on their website: https://caminoforgood.com/


    Albergues that want to join the cause can sign up to get support on the website too. 

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    • 33 min
    Kenneth Strange - Former FBI Agent and Private Investigator | Follow the Camino

    Kenneth Strange - Former FBI Agent and Private Investigator | Follow the Camino

    You never know who you might end up walking with on the Camino de Santiago. Kenneth Strange is one of the many fascinating pilgrims that we have encountered on the Way. A former FBI agent with a history of investigating terrorism, Kenneth is now a Private Investigator. His specialty is missing person cases. Kenneth lived in Madrid for a year during University and first learned about the Camino. 



    In 2018, he and his wife Aurora walked the full Camino Frances from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port all the way to Santiago de Compostela. They both found the experience so impactful that Kenneth wrote a book about the experience - It's Your Camino. We caught up with Kenneth again to chat about his background, walking the Camino, 2020, Martin Sheen and The Way, writing a book about the Camino de Santiago, and becoming an author. We also asked about his new book - Feds - and his work on missing person cases. Kenneth is currently working on the cold case of Annie McCarrick, a young US American who went missing in Dublin in 1993. Kenneth regaled us with many stories about his memories of the Camino, advice for new pilgrims, and tips for older or less fit walkers.

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    • 36 min
    Camino Talks with Pilgrim Lost - Kari Gale and Tony Kriz | Follow the Camino

    Camino Talks with Pilgrim Lost - Kari Gale and Tony Kriz | Follow the Camino

    On this Camino Talks episode, we are joined by the wonderful hosts of Pilgrim Lost, Kari Gale, and Tony Kriz!  

    Individually they are both wonderful people with a passion for the Camino, journeys, pilgrimage, and storytelling. Together, they host the Pilgrim Lost podcast which they describe as "an exploration of life in hopeful motion".  The topics of the podcast are wonderfully wide-ranging, from creativity and art to faith and spirituality, and interviews with pilgrims. 



    The CEO of Follow the Camino Umberto di Venosa has also made an appearance in a recent episode!  

    You can explore their wide range of blogs and podcasts on their website - pilgrimlost.com - and follow them on social media to see new insights and stories as they come out.  Instagram | Facebook 

    Tune in to Pilgrim Lost on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Overcast. 

    Kari’s Camino book, The Art of Walking: An Illustrated Journey on the Camino de Santiago, which is mentioned in this interview is available at karigale.com.

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    • 39 min

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