with Santiago Aldekoa
Are you aware that you might be sabotaging your own success? Your mind may be trapped in unconscious patterns that you would be better off without. How are you programmed?
Success, mediocrity, failure, struggle, comfort …
Once a month Santiago Aldekoa traverses the last 100 km of the Camino de Santiago route, offering to anyone who is willing accompany him six magical days taking a closer look at the fundamentals of life. Fundamentals that with day-to-day pressures have been forgotten! We will investigate our own selves, our dreams, the stresses we endure day by day, and our relationship with others.
Will magic be found in sharing our thoughts, in being on the same road, within ourselves, or in the combination of all these? All we can say to you is:
Find out for yourself!
We believe that this experience will be a turning point in your life.
Starting point: Sarria
Days: It depens on the month
APPROXIMATE ITINERARY: Sarria - Portomarín - Palas de Rei - Arzúa - O Pedrouzo - Santiago de Compostela
The walk in a group of no more than 20 persons is relaxed. The quiet talks open us up to see similarities and differences, lighten our load and encourage us to overcome limitations.
In the company of your group and all the other pilgrims you will meet along the way, you will easily cover the distance that initially seemed so difficult until, descending to Obradoiro, you will experience the excitement that only the pilgrim feels when he arrives and sees the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela: the end of the journey and its various stages, filling you with joy and immense satisfaction with what you have achieved.
|Training, Pilgrim’s Credential, Hostels, 2 hours a day on the course with Santi||Included||350€|
|Airplane / Train from point of departure||Optional||Consult|
ON THE “CAMINO”:
1. Don’t forget to bring your documentation (personal as well as Pilgrim’s Credential)
2. Walk in waterproof, breathable, flexible boots with good ankle support. Make sure you wear them before embarking on the walk to ensure they fit comfortably.
3. Comfortable clothing and outerwear according to the season.
4. Sunscreen, hat or cap, and sunglasses.
5. A basic medical kit to deal with the consequences of the long walk, including needle, thread and disinfectant for blisters, plasters, paracetamol and insect lotion.
6. Good quality hiking backpack.
7. Waistbag or smaller backpack for when you reach your daily destination.
8. Travel cutlery and knife for meals on the road.
9. Walking stick if desired.
10. A torch may well be useful.
11. In summer we avoid walking at the hottest time of the day, preferring to get up at first light and start out as early as possible.
12. Don’t be discouraged by fatigue, there are also many hours of rest each day.
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