Whether you’re Christian, Muslim, a believer or not, whatever you are, you should have this experience.

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The Camino doesn’t end here, at the tomb of the Apostle. The Camino is eternal... Santiago is the beginning.

It really was an exceptional trip. In every way. I did the Camino on my honeymoon and it was special. First of all, because you’re with the person you’ve just married.

Talking with maybe ten people of different nationalities... I remember Stefan from Germany; Quico and Ana, Italians; James, from New Zealand; Clara, from Canada…   People who have stayed with me in my heart.

The Camino doesn’t end here, at the tomb of the Apostle. The Camino is eternal... And it’s also in the entire Camino we have travelled. In the cathedral I saw the alpha and omega symbol, the beginning and the end, but that is in fact the beginning. The Camino starts right here. Santiago is the beginning.

Whether you’re Christian, Muslim, a believer or not, whatever you are, you should have this experience. It can’t be described in a single word. You have to live it.