Gastronomia en el Camino


It has been an exciting time as we have been on the Camino working together with German Limeres Photographer, and IMAXINA Diseño creating the video trailer and pilot of “Gastronomia en el Camino” – Gastronomy in the Camino sharing some of the wonderful treasures of history, monuments, and food that make the Camino Journey so amazing, special and memorable. Stay tuned for more pictures and videos of our Gastro Camino Adventure!


TASTE GALICIA – Special Event Washington, DC Sept 9th

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Bo Camiño would like to thank Susana Carballo Gómez and Alberto Del Rio and the Taste Galicia Team for including us in their upcoming Special Event in Washington, D.C. September 9th: 6:00 – 8:30 PM at “Brasserie Beck” .

Bo Camiño is grateful for the alliance with Taste Galicia and we look forward to collaborating together in the development of many special experiences and events that will share the spirit of the Camino and the beauty of Galicia Fall of 2013, 2014, 2015 and beyond….

Invitación Washington D.C.

For more information please visit Taste Galicia:

Muchisimas Gracias Parador Hostal Dos Reis Catolicos


German Limeres and I would like to thank everyone that made this years Rexistro 108 Vilei Global Pilgrims’ Photography & Video Exhibition in Santiago de Compostela possible.  A very special thank you to Julio Castro Marcote, Director of Parador Hostal Dos Reis Catolicos, for making the exhibition this June and July 2013 available to share with the pilgrims and tourists visiting the city. It was time yesterday to take down the exhibition that we were so fortunate to share for two months with pilgrims and visitors to Santiago.  A celebration we hope to have the opportunity to share in again next year in 2014.

The exhibition is a dream come true for me as this special event was inspired three years ago, one year before meeting German, when I attended and met Christina Oiticica and Paulo Coelho at their special private party event celebrating Christina’s Art Exhibition during Xacobeo July 2010.  Paulo was very kind to personally introduce me to Julio Castro, and I knew that someday I wanted to share with others more of the Camino spirit and inspiration that it has provided in my life with others.  I am very grateful to German for sharing his passion of Galicia, the Camino and Pilgrims with me that has provided for so many incredible experiences in Galicia.  I have gotten to truly live more of the Camino and pilgrimage spirit for which I will be forever grateful.

This journey has shown me that you never know what will come from meeting people and where it will lead but that there is OPPORTUNITY and INSPIRATION waiting for us to CONNECT and SHARE using our gifts and talents working collaboratively with others to make a difference in the world.

We are excited to continue this journey as the exhibition moves onto Samos Monastery later this August and September connecting with more pilgrims and visitors along the Camino Frances.  We look forward to sharing it with others as it begins to make its way around the world inviting others to make their own pilgrimage journey.


We would like to thank everyone who made the exhibition possible: Julio Castro Marcote, (Director of the Parador Hostal Dos Reis Catolicos), Dimas Gonzalez (Film Commissioner, Santiago de Compostela), Nazareth Martín (Director Of The Camino Film & Television Festival), Martin Cañedo, Maruxa Ledo (Director Of Turismo de Santiago de Compostela), Tórculo Printing, Imaxina Diseño Begoña Pérez, Jaime Pardo Valdés Jorge Diaz Luque, Stacy Elaine Lutsch (Friend, Translator, and Fellow Pilgrim), Marisa Granda Escudero (Friend and Fellow Pilgrim), and a very special thank you to German Limeres for his wonderful photographs of the pilgrims and creating Rexistro 108 Vilei sharing the inspiring faces and stories with others.

Thank You Hosteleria Compostela Magazine


Thank you to Hosteleria Compostela Magazine, Aser Alvarez, Director of Communication and Adrian Pajaro, Asociacion Hosteleria Compostela for interviewing me and helping me to share my passion for the Camino, Galicia and Spain.

It has been a Camino adventure of a lifetime to follow my synchronicity all the way to living in Galicia since September 2011.  I am excited to share through my projects my love of this beautiful land and this ancient tradition. It has been my dream and desire to share through my projects how people using their gifts and talents working collaboratively together to make a difference in the world.  This message I hope will help to inspire others to follow their life passions and dreams fully living their purpose on earth.

It is through collaboration and sharing that we can help to make the world a better place.  Travel and experiencing another culture learning of their history and traditions while enjoying the beauty of the landscapes and people, their wonderful festivals, delicious food and wine build bonds that help us all come together and bond in a positive way. Bo Camiño!

A Special Time Of Rediscovery


It has been an adventure of a lifetime from the beginnings of experiencing my synchronicity to the Camino, Santiago de Compostela and Spain – and to living in Lugo, Galicia!  The journey continues and this is a wonderful and exciting time that I am grateful to share in a very Special Time Of Rediscovery.  Spain discovered America and now America and the WORLD is rediscovering Spain and the wonderful tradition of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. For me this journey has been about sharing our gifts and talents while working collaboratively together to make a difference in the world and share the Camino Spirit with others globally.

I would like to thank Julio Castro, Director of the Parador Hostal Dos Reis Catolicos, German Limeres for taking my photograph in the Parador, Adrian Pajaro and Aser Alvarez, Director of Communication for Hosteleria Compostela Magazine for your kindness in interviewing me and letting me share a little about my passion for the Camino, Galicia and Spain! Muchisimas Gracias!

Here’s to more Bo Camiño Adventures!!!