YOUR CAMINO, on foot, bicycle or horseback in France and Spain
The only complete planning guide for your Camino. Now available on in print and digital on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Waterstones, The Book Depository etc www.yourcamino.com
CAMINO LINGO - ENGLISH-SPANISH Words and Phrases for pilgrims on El Camino de Santiago:
No complicated verb conjugations or rules on gender and grammar. Just a simple booklet with over 700 words and phrases pilgrims will find useful when walking a Camino in Spain. Your grammar and pronunciation won't be perfect but the locals will appreciate your efforts to learn their language.
SLACKPACKING THE CAMINO FRANCES
A planning guide for people who want to have the 'best of both' of the Camino. Guided or un-guided walks, accommodation booked and heavy packs transferred. This book provides all the information you will need to plan a perfect Camino.
PILGRIM FOOTPRINTS on the Sands of Time.
Historical novel: In the Middle Ages millions of faithful risked long and dangerous journeys to shrines scattered across the Christian world in order to earn indulgences for remission of sins and time spent in purgatory. These included Kings and paupers, Knights and vagabonds, criminals and wrong-doers. A story of love and faith, adventure and intrigue set in the turbulent 12th century.
Pilgrimage Trails: e-book series:
Three Short Hikes on el Camino de Santiago
Although many books have been written about the popular Camino Frances in Spain, few have been written about the lesser known pilgrimage trails. In this first book in a series - Pilgrimage Trails - Sylvia Nilsen writes about her walks on the Camino Aragones from Lourdes to Pamplona; Camino Ingles from El Ferrol to Santiago and from Santiago to Finisterre.
La via Turonensis from Paris to Spain
Having walked the Camino Frances from Roncesvalles, Sylvia Nilsen wanted to walk the medieval route from Paris to Spain as part of research for her historical novel, “Pilgrim Footprints on the Sands of Time” a story about medieval pilgrims from England who are sent on a penitential pilgrimage to the tomb of St James the Greater in the city in Spain named after him – Sant’Iago de Compostela. In La via Turonensis from Paris to Spain Sylvia writes about her 1,000 kilometre walk on the Chemin de Tours or Via Turonensis, starting in Paris and walking from Orleans to Roncesvalles in Spain.
La via Francigena - Five Pilgrims to Rome.
Carrying everything on their backs, five very different, not-so-young women, share an amazing adventure on the ancient Via Francigena pilgrimage trail in Switzerland and Italy. Walking almost 700km, with an average step length of 75cm, they took over 1 million steps from Vevey to Rome, raising over R50 000 for Children's Charities.