Category: The Way with Martin Sheen

Let’s face it. The decision of whether to make arrangements to do the El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage is a difficult one for most people. That includes myself, despite the fact that I have now walked the entire Camino three times. … Continue reading

By now, chances are you have heard of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in France and Spain. It is  far and away the most popular footpath in Europe, and considered one of the three great Christian pilgrimages (Rome and Jerusalem … Continue reading

I have nothing against ground transportation in Spain. The last two years I have taken easy bus rides from Madrid to Pamplona, and then on to St. Jean Pied de Port, to begin the Camino Frances. And upon completing the … Continue reading

Artist (Gavin Foster) depiction of two aspiring pilgrims heading along the Way of St. James (‘The Camino de Santiago’) towards the great Gothic Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. This route was traveled by 500,000 pilgrims per year in medieval times. It … Continue reading

Amazon paperback $12.95, Kindle $4.95 “What nationalities will you see the most of on the Camino de Santiago?” I am often asked. It is a very good and interesting question. For starters, you will see absolutely every nation BUT ONE … Continue reading

I must admit I was worried. My first two narratives, Skywalker–Close Encounters on the Appalachian Trail (2008) and Skywalker–Highs and Lows on the Pacific Crest Trail (2010) had begun selling immediately after publication. That is probably not due to me, … Continue reading