Below are Sue’s posts from the road.
Posted September 27, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Camino | no responses
When I walk the Camino, I walk for the world. In one week I’ll be on my way to Spain to walk the Camino with my lovely group of pilgrims. It is such an honour to return to the path that had a profound shift in my life. On my first journey in 2001 I learned that I could pick up a stone along the path of the Camino and put my sorrow, or the sorrow of others, into it. When I set the stone down, I left the sorrow behind and it opened my heart for more love. I’d like to offer to pick up a stone for you. If you have a particular intention (it doesn’t have to be sorrow)you would like me to put into the stone, I will set it down on the path. You can post your intention here or email me kenneysue at gmail.com if you prefer confidentiality.
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Posted August 9, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in News | no responses
On the Camino you can have “broken eggs” and beer. I’m not much of a fan of beer but I had to try Peregrina. Walking the Camino is all about spending time with yourself, with others, communal eating and sleeping, meeting people from all over the world and being in nature, regardless of the weather. Are you ready to try it?
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Posted August 9, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses
All About the Camino
Thursday August 13, 2015 at 7:00 pm EST.
Today many people are aware of the Camino pilgrimage route in Spain thanks to great films like The Way, the Camino Documenary: Six Ways to Santiago and Las Peregrinas. Some people like to walk alone and others prefer to be in a group. For the last 10 years Sue Kenney, best-selling author of the book My Camino, has been leading groups on this famous medieval pilgrimage route and she has a lot of experience. On this Google Hangout, Sue will share some of her experiences walking 800 kms alone in 2001 and what she has learned leading multiple groups. We will cover: A short history of the Camino and why pilgrims walk. What time of year is best. You’ll learn what the trail/path is like and what to to wear. A couple of tips on training and walking barefoot to strengthen your feet, avoid injuries and blisters. (Sue has walked the last 3 Camino’s barefoot.) To carry or not carry a backpack. What the accommodation is like and how to avoid not having a place to stay. Bathroom facilities. Camino etiquette and more. You will have a chance to email your questions during the call and Sue will endeavour to answer as many as possible. To open the possibility for more people to experience the Camino, Sue is offering a $600.00 busary to offset the Fees for the October Group Camino. To apply contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posted July 23, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Group Camino | no responses
Is the Camino calling you? This is the best deal we have ever offered. 25% Off Fees if you *book by August 3, 2015. Sue Kenney is going to be a keynote speaker at an International Camino Forum called Fairways Santiago the weekend of October 15, 2015. She wants to walk to the event with a group of pilgrims and you are invited.
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Posted June 8, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Barebottom Shoes | no responses
I love the thrill of living a simple life, carrying a backpack and just walking everyday. To be honest though, there is always a little fear thrown in, even as a seasoned pilgrim I never know what the Camino has in store for my group or for me.
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Posted June 4, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Barebottom Shoes | no responses
My Camino Pilgrimage Retreat
SPECIAL BOOK BY AUGUST 3, 2015- 25% OFF FEES!
I have just returned from walking the Camino with a group covering 225 kms over 11 days of walking. I learned that many people now have the Camino on their bucket list. It is something they want to do at some point in their life. Having walked with 10 groups and several times by myself, I can only say it is a very noble thing to do and takes some degree of courage. That is why I offer group conference calls and personal coaching with my Camino retreats. I prepare people for the journey ahead. We talk about what it is to be a pilgrim, to simplify life and be more aware of what is important. If you want to walk this incredible path in Spain, but you do not want to figure everything our on your own, this is the perfect solution. We do it all for you and you do not have to carry your backpack, if you do not want to, either. Read on to find out what our package is all about!
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Posted June 3, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses
Walk a Medieval Pilgrimage Route
Are you looking for a travel experience that will contribute to your personal journey in life? The Camino is a possibilty. It is a medieval pilgrimage route in Spain that pilgrims have been walking for over 1000 years. Everyone of all denominations, backgrounds and beliefs are welcome.This is for people who want to walk and discover more about life.
We will spend the first night in the gorgeous city of Samos, where there is a monastary that dates back to the 6th Century.
Then we will begin our walk a few kilometers away in Sarria. We will walk about 20 kilometers a day over 6 days. The accommodation is booked for you and you will stay in private pilgrim albergues, pensions or hotels and each one includes breakfast. There will be a couple of conference calls to share information and answer questions. Your backpack will be shipped to the next stop so you only have to carry a day pack.And you will be guided and coached by expert pilgrim and author of the best-selling book My Camino, Sue Kenney, who has led over 10 groups. Space is limited to 10 people so book early. Discount of 10% if you book by July 1st, 2015. More info here
. Contact Sue Kenney at 705 8264641 or email@example.com for a complete package.
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Posted June 2, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Camino | no responses
It took 11 days for our group to walk 225 kilometers on the Camino. We started in Ponferrada and ended in Santiago. The longest day was 28 kilometers and it was a challenge!
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Posted April 9, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Camino | no responses
One of the best moments after you’ve arrived in Santiago is when you meet a pilgrim on the street or in a cafe, who you met along the way. It’s like you have run into your oldest and dearest friend.
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Posted April 9, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses
The Women Who Walk
If you are thinking about walking the Camino but you are not sure what it is like, here is a Camino documentary about six women who walk for 12 days on the Camino Frances.
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