Join us at our February 11th Camino for Good Zoom Café
On Feb. 11, 2021, Camino for Good will host a zoom cafe where (updated to) nine albergue (pilgrim hostel) owners will share their stories and answer questions.
We are honored to welcome them at 1 p.m. EST (United States) on February 11.
|Albergue San Bruno||Bruno Bernoni||Moratinos, Spain; Frances|
|Albergue A Casina di Marcelo||Marcelo Ramos Einloft||
Palas de Rei, Spain; Frances
|Albergue Van Gogh||Ana Mari Barrios Carmona||Zafro, Spain; Plata|
|Albergue Ecologica El Beso||Lugo, Spain; Frances|
|Albergue Turistico Salceda||Santiago||
|Albergue Dois Caminhos||Enrico Biolcati||Vallda, Portugal; Portuguese|
|Villa San Clemente||Manuel Santos and Son Ivan||Tui, Spain; Portuguese|
|La Rosa Del Agua||Mike de Ayala||
El Acebo, Spain; Frances
|Albergue A Reboliera||Miguel and Lola Angel||
Fronfria, Spain; Frances
Hospitaleros, or hostel owners, are people who provide food and shelter to pilgrims along the Caminos of Spain. As people from around the world make the trek to Santiago, albergues doors are open to the weary travelers.
A pilgrim’s credentials will allow a pilgrim to have a bed, a shower, and sometimes a meal for less than the cost of a restaurant meal.
Many albergue owners are former pilgrims themselves who were so struck by the way of life on the Camino, they decided to be a part of that life.
Come listen their stories and hear about the current state of the Camino de Santiago directly from the people most affected.
Register on our Eventbrite page here.