The Jacobean route is transmitted by pilgrims in different ways, all of them valid and suitable to instill feelings of a unique experience and convey the same desire for adventure.
Tatiana Fadel, a native of Porto Alegre (Brazil) presented his new book, "Uma viagem em un bloco de notes". In it the pilgrim recounts her experience on the pilgrimage route to Santiago, a trip that she defined as "a more mental than physical journey".
Hospitality, lawyer and writer now, Tatiana has always been concern to seek new challenges. Proof of this has been their journeys across five continents that have ended at the Camino de Santiago.
After performing for the first time the pilgrimage route to Santiago in 2013, Tatiana has made this year a new opportunity to complete the Camino, this time accompanied by a special guest, his book. It is a work created in his first experience with the collection of each and every one of the notes scribbled on an mobile app.
"I met many people who changed my way of seeing the world, but the most important person I met was myself. I was always inflexible about my goals, but as a pilgrim I discovered that the most important thing is what you decide at any time "; says Tatiana.
His book, "Uma viagem em un bloco de notes" is also an interactive tour trip. Each and every page of the work include QR codes that lead us to photos and even videos about the journey of the author.
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