Stories from the trail

Tales and wisdom, shared by and for, people who love to walk

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  • New Walks, New Website, New Logo.

    By Glenyce Johnson, Founder of Wandering the World

    A treasured memory from the first night, of my very first Camino on the well-recognized and unforgettable French Way. The 890 km ancient pilgrimage beginning in St Jean Pied de Port at the base of the Pyrenees in France.

  • The 5 best meals of my walking holiday.

    By Lizzie G, a Wandering the World Traveller
    1. Aligot, Nasbinals – In the Aubrac region of France they prepare a dish so decadent and delicious that walking 23kms a day becomes essential to walk off all the butter and cheese you have consumed.

  • The Singing Man – My very first Camino.

    By Glenyce Johnson, Founder of Wandering the World

    A treasured memory from the first night, of my very first Camino on the well-recognized and unforgettable French Way. The 890 km ancient pilgrimage beginning in St Jean Pied de Port at the base of the Pyrenees in France.

  • A Camino less travelled: The San Salvador Way.

    By Dawn, Wandering the World

    In the Australian winter months, I am usually on the Camino, enjoying the warm weather of Spain and Portugal. I have spent the last five European summers walking and have experienced the rewards of 24 different Caminos.