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1. Post-Camino Blues: Returning Home After Santiago de Compostela
Post-Camino Blues: Returning Home After Santiago de Compostela
In the past, pilgrims not only walked or rode their horses to Santiago de Compostela, but they travelled home in the same way. They had the return journey to process the trip they were taking. Modern pilgrims, for the most part, don't have that luxury. We arrive in Santiago, stay there a few day...
Travel & Places - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:24:23
2. Walking the Camino de Santiago Across Spain
Walking the Camino de Santiago Across Spain
It's easy to walk across Spain on the Camino FrancÚs. You just follow the yellow arrows, the scallop shells, and the modern road signs of the Camino de Santiago. They might be painted on the road or on a pile of rocks or mounted on a metal post, and they'll lead you 770 or so kilometres (478 mile...
Travel & Places - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:24:25
3. The Chemin de St-Jacques/Camino de Santiago from Le Puy-en-Velay
The Chemin de St-Jacques/Camino de Santiago from Le Puy-en-Velay
Many roads lead to Santiago de Compostela, an ancient pilgrimage destination that has recently been revived for walkers and cyclists of the 21st Century. The majority of modern pilgrims start in Spain, or just across the border in St. Jean Pied-de-Port in France. Others walk or bicycle from furth...
Travel & Places - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:20:57
4. What is the Camino de Santiago?
What is the Camino de Santiago?
The Camino de Santiago is a network of routes across Europe that lead to Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain, where St. James is said to be buried. "Camino de Santiago" means "Way of Saint James" in Spanish. It's referred to in local translations of that name in many parts of Europe (for ex...
Travel & Places - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:23:22
5. Do Your Characters Make a Good Impression?
Do Your Characters Make a Good Impression?
When you meet someone new, you form an often lasting impression of them in mere seconds (estimates range from three to ten). It's not much different with characters in books. You might have a bit longer to intrigue a reader with your description of a character, but every second (and every word) ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:21:39
6. Showing Movement in Photography: Slow Shutter Speeds
Showing Movement in Photography: Slow Shutter Speeds
There are two ways of showing motion in photography. One way is stop action: you take the photo so quickly (have such a fast shutter speed) that you freeze the subject. This sometimes shows fractions of seconds that pass by so quickly we can't see them without a camera. The second way is to tak...
Arts & Design - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:13:16
7. Quiz: Discworld Characters
Quiz: Discworld Characters
Terry Pratchett's Discworld books have a wide variety of wonderful characters, from Esme Weatherwax to Sam Vimes to Lu-Tze the Sweeper. Some put in a single appearance, while others appear again and again. Do you remember who's who? Test your knowledge of the characters with these two quizzes. ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:23:20
8. In Praise of Libraries
In Praise of Libraries
Librariesespecially public librarieshave got to be one of humanity's better inventions. There's something incredible about being surrounded by all those books. Big books, small books, old books, new books. Books with beautiful covers. Books on everyday matters and wildly esoteric subjects. More ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:13:19

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