The End of the Earth: Still More Stories of Caminos Book Three
Author: Dr. Guylene Gigi Tree
Many people have heard of the Camino de Santiago, the network of pilgrim trails in Spain that lead to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, northwest Spain. Just about 90 kilometers west is a point on the Iberian Peninsula which is the furthest western point on the European continent, or the end of the earth. The famous pilgrim trails which crisscross Europe leading to these points are called Caminos. Some people have walked them. Even more have considered walking one or more. Still others, fascinated by the adventure, cannot walk a Camino but enjoy hearing stories of others who have done so. If you find yourself in any of these three categories, you will enjoy this book. In the first book, the author presented many stories of experiences of walking a Camino. In book two, and now in book three, the stories continue. Fun-filled, adventure-packed, informative, spiritual, and inspiring must read for Camino enthusiasts. The camino is more than a walking trail. It is about people past, present, and future.
All have experienced or will experience the special connection found among the paths, the blessings which intertwine with the landscape, the people, and the history. The people and their stories are the Camino.