My Camino de Santiago

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Description The real changement comes by taking back the production of our own food. Cultural exchange and learning opportunities languages, simple lifestyle with more exchange than eager business, beauty of nature and arts. Help Help with animal care, fields, wood collecting, transformation of vegetables, fruts, milk, ecoconstruction. Languages spoken french, german, english, italian,learning russian. Accommodation bedroom, dry toilets, there is not always hot water because heated by the sun. What else A little more information Internet access. How many Workawayers can stay?

More than two.

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Hours expected 3 h - 5 h, 25 hours per week. Feedback left by and about host Thank you very much, Krisztina and Math! You were great helpers, independent and easy-going, finding yourself your little jobs and enjoying everything. Krisztina teached me a little bit Hungarian, very difficult! Sadly there was not enough time for the Norwegean with Math.

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I wish you all the best and many interesting workaway experiences! Left by Workawayer Mats for host. We stayed at Johannas place for about 10 days, and it was a great experience. We did fun things like herd a cow and her calf around the house, pick delicious peaches, figs and berries as well as vegetables for the … read more delicious meals, clear bushes and trees and work with an adorable donkey. She let us make a mosaic on on one of her tables, and took us on a walk in the woods to show us around and look for chestnuts and mushrooms, among other things.

Johanna is very easy-going and it never felt like work. The house is quite extraordinary and very beautiful. Really a good experience overall. You can only contact Workawayers who have an active membership.

Help me on my farm on the Camino de Santiago

Left by Workawayer Krisztina for host. Johanna let us do all the best works at her farm; picking figs and peaches and nuts and berries, brushing the Donkey, making jam and cake, mosaics on her table, shepherding the cow, all day long adventures in the woods picking up cheese and mushrooms and chestnut. I never felt it as an obligation and our work was well appreciated.

She taught us … read more about wild plants and the hundred uses of nettle, we discovered beautiful villages in the sourrounding and there were always new people coming by. And then she worried a little that maybe we get bored. And Roberto's awesome too! It was a nice time together with Mark. Very quickly he found his little jobs and he did them very seriously: go to the spring when there is no more water, close the chickens door or open, collect the plums.

Always volunteer and nice with everybody coming through, interested for everything. Thank you very much Mark, for your help! Left by Workawayer Mark for host. This was my first time doing workaway and i was very lucky to stay with Johnanna. She is an amazing person, I learnt so much from her. The Camino is whatever you make of it, the same as life. Each day that I walked I felt stronger. I stopped counting the days and just enjoyed every moment, even when I had blisters the size of biscuits. I soon realised and would advise to anybody, that heavy walking boots are not necessary on this route.

They are rigid and due to the warm weather cause even more blisters.

I ended up hanging mine from my backpack and wearing trainers. During April leading into May, the route is not too overcrowded and it is not usually necessary to call and book hostels in advance or earlier in the day. Towards the middle of May — September however, and especially in the last km, this is advisable!

I have so many beautiful memories from the Camino De Santiago, its people and its villages. Pamplona is a lovely medieval town that you can reach on day , with lovely architecture, hostels and cathedral. It was here that very unexpectedly, I met someone and within a short time we fell in love. For many reasons we were total opposites, but during this journey he became my equal. During hours of constant walking each day, we ate together, met other travellers together, shared bunk beds, laughed and shared many memories, stories and experiences.

I will always be grateful to him for these memories, as falling in love on the Camino de Santiago is a romantic tale that anyone would cherish, and I will never forget the experience he contributed to my journey.

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Leon, Astorga, Ponferrada and of course Santiago De Compostela itself are other beautiful towns and villages. Arriving to each village in time for sunset every day was one of the most everlasting memories in my experience. To watch the sun go down alone or with groups of people who are sharing the same moment with you, whilst in the same moment cleaning up cuts or healing blisters from the days walk.

Spanish villagers are very hospitable and normally have a big smile on their face. As you can imagine, the food, fruits and vegetables are glorious, and the Spanish landscape is to die for. For me, the Camino De Santiago was a great milestone in my life. It was a way of moving forwards, remembering the past, mourning, enjoying, and having the time to think and appreciate this life.

On the last day of entering Santiago de Compostela and celebrating all that I had accomplished, I knew I had made the right decision to begin again….. Your email address will not be published.

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