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By Natasha Murtagh Peter Murtagh | Comments: ( 745 ) | Date: ( Nov 21, 2019 )

This is the story of an Irish father and his 18 year old daughter and their 900 kilometre walk together across northern Spain along the ancient pilgrim route to the tomb of St James.Peter and Natasha s journey starts in drizzle and wind as they scale Croagh Patrick, Ireland s Holy Mountain in Mayo, before setting off immediately afterwards for the Pyrenees in France ThereThis is the story of an Irish father and his 18 year old daughter and their 900 kilometre walk together across northern Spain along the ancient pilgrim route to the tomb of St James.Peter and Natasha s journey starts in drizzle and wind as they scale Croagh Patrick, Ireland s Holy Mountain in Mayo, before setting off immediately afterwards for the Pyrenees in France There, they start walking the Camino, the Way of St James, to Santiago de Compostela It is a gruelling trek over three mountain ranges through fields and valleys, villages, towns and cities, to the lush countryside and forests of Galicia, and eventually to Finisterre, the pagan end of the earth.Along the way, they meet a motley collection of other pilgrims men and women, young and old, from many countries with whom they laugh, cry and above all have fun amid moments of high drama, exhilaration and sometimes exhaustion.They run with the bulls and parade in a fiesta they pray with the faithful, and explore the Camino s rich Christian and pagan history, its tiny churches and majestic cathedrals they stay in its sometimes Spartan pilgrim hostels and appreciate the richness of living simply, with few possessions, on about 20 each a day And after five weeks walking, do they still love each other Absolutely and would do it all again tomorrow if they could A lovely book for those who have done the Camino, or like me, are thinking of doing it The Dubliner This is a travel book, certainly, but it is much much, than that It s about family and friendship and camaraderie, and it is, in the end, a wonderfully warm story about the bond between a loving adventurous father and his daughter ready to embrace the world The Irish Mail on Sunday


  • Title: Buen Camino
  • Author: Natasha Murtagh Peter Murtagh
  • ISBN: 9780717148431
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback

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  • Liralen

    The authors—a father-daughter duo—walked the French Camino in 2010 with the intention of writing a book. They'd previously done a shorter Camino, so they knew what they were getting into. They're also both competent writers, which helps.That being said, I struggled somewhat with this one. I suspect that if I had not read quite so many memoirs of the Camino in the last two years, my reaction would be less apathetic, but—since I have read quite a bit on the subject—I'm not sure how much th [...]


  • Hefina

    I found the book interesting and gave me some insight into what it would be like to walk the Camino. I liked the way that the reasons for doing the walk, unfolded as they (father and daughter) went along, also good to see the perspective of both authors of how the journey went for them, as it points out that it is, a very individual thing . Very emotional at times which is very clear to see and good lasting friendships were made and an account of what happened to their friends after the Camino t [...]


  • Eileen Ryan

    This book is well written - alternating between the voices of father and daughter. It is a special interest book really for anyone interested in the Camino, or related walks or for someone thinking of taking time out. It was like reading someone elses diary that is very relevant and meaningful to them but not as much to the outsider. You don't go to bed dying to read the next part because invariably as the book suggests they will be walking from A to B which is what the book sets out to tell you [...]


  • Judy

    I really liked this book because it let me imagine what it would be like to walk the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. Written by a father and daughter, it is a day by day account of their journey walking 800km to the shrine of St. James along the pilgrim's trail. The combination of friendships they made along the way, and the opportunity to encounter Spanish culture make it sound like something I would like to do once I can take a month+ off to go walking in Spain.


  • Mary

    A good book to read to get the feel of the Camino as a whole. The father/daughter sharing of the story was lovely and added to the experience as a whole. It was quite touching in parts and revealing in others. I liked Peter Murtagh's inputs on the history of the places they walked through. Overall, it gives a very good "feel" of the Camino and was better than I expected.


  • Keith

    Inspiring!!Throughly enjoyed the telling of Peter and Natasha's Camino pilgrimage. What fun it must have been for a father and his daughter to share such a magnificent adventure. I wish the pictures had been placed in the narrative instead of at the end (at least it was this way in the Kindle version), but it was still a very enjoyable read.


  • Jim Geier

    A father-daughter team walk the Camino de Santiago and write of their experience. The father basically wants to be a history teacher, and his sections get more than a bit dull. The daughter's experience is more personal and revealing. Enjoyable.


  • Dee Byrne

    Excellent book and it was a pleasure to recognise some places after being there!!!


  • Barb Kelownagurl

    One of my favourite Camino books so far. I like the back and forth, father/daughter journal.


  • Anne Lawrence

    I enjoy books with co-authors and reading each perspective. This was a nice treat with professional journalist father and 18 year old daughter. I found both styles of writing equally enjoyable.


  • Micheal

    Just finished reading. There is nothing exceptional about it, low key, modest in describing a great journey. Recommended


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