Walking the Camino: A Modern Pilgrimage to Santiago

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Price
$14.95  $13.90
Publisher
Scribe Us
Publish Date
Pages
301
Dimensions
5.0 X 0.9 X 7.7 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781921372339
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About the Author
Tony Kevin is a former member of the Australian Foreign Service, in which he served in the foreign affairs and prime minister's departments, and was Australia's ambassador to Poland and Cambodia. He is an honorary visiting fellow at the Australian National University's Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies. He is the author of A Certain Maritime Incident.
Reviews
""Walking the Camino" is like a cold Spanish beer . . . . [Kevin] takes the less travelled trail from south to north; longer, but a lot more interesting." -- Barry Oakley, "Weekend Australian"
"In this lovely book about an inspiring journey, this 'rather overweight and sedentary 63-year-old man' writes about the enormous challenges of walking across Spain and the rewards he found in contemplation, reflection, and the spirit of fellowship he shared with his fellow travellers. This memoir is a deeply personal journey, but Kevin also ponders the old-fashioned notion of pilgrimage in the frenetic 21st century." --Sunday Telegraph

"Walking the Camino is like a cold Spanish beer . . . . [Kevin] takes the less travelled trail from south to north; longer, but a lot more interesting." -- Barry Oakley, Weekend Australian
"Its strength . . . is its observant, informed, humane reflectiveness. Kevin's excursions into practical advice alone make the book worthwhile." --Sydney Morning Herald