Mark reaches Hospital de Orbigo and at the Passo Honroso (the Honourable Pass) re-enacts medieval jousting with a fellow (giant) pilgrim. Mark also tells the story of Knight Don Suero de Quiñones.
On the camino our perspective of time changes. we seem to fit more into a day. Mark injures his shin, which slows his progress. He remembers that St James had a special place in his catholic upbringing.
Pilar, a fellow pilgrim, explains the three stages of the camino; the physical, the mental and the spiritual.
Camino Miracles. Mark meets an American Professor who tells him how after 40 years of no contact with his estranged daughter, on reaching Santiago he receives an email from her and meets her children for the first time.
[p2p type=”slug” value=”camino-de-santiago-the-way-film-part-30″ text=”Next – Part 30″] Mark reaches Leon and enjoys the experiences of a city after weeks of walking through the countryside. As pilgrims get closer to Santiago, the competition for beds in the Albergue become stronger with many walkers rising very early each morning to ensure a place. The end of the […]
[p2p type=”slug” value=”camino-de-santiago-the-way-film-part-28″ text=”Next – Part 28″] Mark walks a 17 km stretch along the Meseta. With 1,000’s of pilgrims walking the Way of St James every year, Mark passes on a valuable lesson about watching where you stand when you wander off the track.
Do people have the same experiences on the Camino? Mark has a meditative experience and was surprised to hear from another pilgrim, they had the very same experience, on the very same day. Mark read ‘The Pilgrimage’ by Paulo Coelho before walking the camino. He discusses how his camino experience is very different from that […]
Mark partakes in another shared meal at the restored 12th Century St Nicholas’s Albergue. The video then features some pagan symbology found in a Church on the camino.
Once again, the tedium of walking alone, leads to Mark singing. This time, a song of his own making, about the camino experience. Singing while walking is a common experience of pilgrims on the Way of St James.