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The Camino Ingles: 6 days to Santiago Paperback – October 20, 2016
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"Amazing level of detail." - MD Ramaswami, TravelGeek
"This is brilliant....straightforward, easy to comprehend and ACCURATE....and THAT is the key!" Katharine Eliot, Author, A Camino of the Soul.
"Susan hit the sweetspot for those people dreaming to experience the joy of an adventure like this." Sandy Peckinpah, Author, How to Survive the Worst that can Happen.
"Loved the Spanish words, easy to get the flavour of the wonderful experience."Meera Sathyamurthy, IT Entrepreneur
About the Author
Susan Jagannath successfully combined a passion for reading, a love of writing and a fascination for technology, to create a career in technical writing. With over 50 technical manuals (not) to her name, “RTFM” could have been the motto for her life; but she didn’t let the idea that no one ever reads the manual stop her from thoroughly enjoying her work. As an army brat, her childhood included seven different schools, three universities and a couple of emergency evacuations from conflict zones. Travel and adventure were a normal part of life. She now believes in seizing every opportunity to have a new adventure. Whether it’s camping on the beach in Australia, trekking in the Himalayas, kayaking in Queensland, whitewater rafting down the Ganges, or walking the Camino in Spain, her philosophy is to pack it into one or two weeks to create memories for a lifetime, (and disconnect from television and computer games). Susan is now on the next adventure of her life, writing books that are not technical manuals, training to be an awesome grandmother, and planning her next getaway.
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Top Customer Reviews
For me personally, I really appreciated the complete packing list and the Spanish phrases I would need to learn for the trip, as well as the route summary's with accommodation notes for each leg of the journey at the end of each chapter.
night and savoring Dee Nolan's gorgeous "A Food Lover's Pilgrimage Along The Camino to Santiago de Compostela" on the couch during the day.
But when I lifted it out of the mailbox today, I eagerly bit into Susan Jagannath's gift for those of us who had given up the hopes of doing The Way because we didn't realize that the 800 km Camino Francés was not the only route.
I was born in England (but live in USA) so learning of the Camino Inglés seemed like a sign that this was a doable option.
Susan holds your hand the whole way and offers options and alternatives so people with impediments (real or imagined) don't give up.
Thanks to Amazon for sending me this teaser. It's amazing how it remembers things I've looked at and is always ready to send reminders or alternatives. "Six days or less" caught my eye.
I reckon that if I allow two weeks to stop and smell the roses I just might make it. I'd like to have the time to visit churches and museums and talk to people (I'm fluent in Spanish.)
The only "problem" is that I KNOW it's wiser to take the e-version on my iPhone 6+ (not taking the 7" tablet, let alone the iPad). I find reading kindle books on the 6+ OK, but nothing beats paper in my grubby little hands.
If you have any desire to walk any stretch of any of the caminos, this book certainly makes this camino sound like a plausible and manageable adventure. If you decide to do the walk, carry this book as your guidebook and you won't get lost, hungry, or cold. She says to leave your books at home, but I wouldn't leave this one at home. It's basically the Bible to the Camino Ingles. You'll be happy you had this one with you. Once you read it, you'll understand why.
I liked the way she began each chapter with an apt quotation. In addition to encouraging and motivating the reader to undertake this journey, she provides much practical advice about planning and preparation - and then proceeds to describe her own journey together with much useful information about places to stay and things to see as well as addresses, phone numbers and webpages. Essential reading for the prospective pilgrim!
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