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Camino Walk for Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal

Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal
Fundraising For Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal
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We are doing the Camino to fundraise for Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal. Your support is very much appreciated.

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Camino Walk for Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal

Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal
Fundraising For Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal
Latest Update !!

We are doing the Camino to fundraise for Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal. Your support is very much appreciated.

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Robert Sinnott and Tim Nyhan from the Rotary Club of Dublin Fingal along with two friends, are walking the Camino de Santiago this September. 

We start on Sun 5th Sept from Baiona in Galicia and walk all the way to Santiago de Compostela arriving on Sat 11th Sept, a distance of approx 130km. Longest day will be 26kms, shortest 12kms, and we have a day of rest in the middle.

May God help us!!


All funds raised will go directly to the Club's chosen charity this year - Blanchardstown Center for Independent Living (BCIL) and other Rotary charitable projects.

This year BCIL are working on a fantastic Sensory Garden Project to bring about real change in the lives of people with disabilities in order to achieve true Independent Living.
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The Camino de Santiago

This is Europe’s most important significant and internationally renowned pilgrimage route, as well as a world-known UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Way of St James or Camino de Santiago derives from a medieval pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that the remains of apostle Saint James (also known as Saint Jacob) are buried.

From Baiona where we will start our walk the Way follows the banks of the Arousa and Ulla rivers, then winds inland to join the main Camino Portugues at Padron, as it nears Santiago de Compostela.
Padrón is the place where a boat arrived bringing the remains of St. James from Jerusalem. The boat was tied to a rock, "or Pedrón " an actual Roman altar which can be seen under the altar of the town's Church of Santiago. Padrón once named Iria Flavia was one of the great Roman metropolises of Galicia.

The Apostle James, The Greater, is thought to have landed in NW Spain and preached the message of modern Christianity in what is today Galicia and Northern Portugal. Shortly after in 40 A.D. he returned to Jerusalem and was soon martyred. His loyal followers returned his body to the Iberian Peninsula for burial in Libredon.
Nearly 800 years passed before the rediscovery of the tomb of Saint James. Pilgrims soon started beating a trail to Santiago de Compostela, and in time the Way from the south became known as the Camino Portugues.

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