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from The Huffington Post

50 Sacred Destinations To Visit In Your Lifetime

Our world is filled with natural wonders, churches, synagogues, mosques, pilgrimage sites and other places where people have experienced the power of God and of community. Here are 50 awe-inspiring sacred destinations that you must travel to in your lifetime. Want to have your travel paid for and know someone looking to hire top tech talent? Email me at carlos@recruitingforgood.com

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from Wayfaring Views

Walking the Camino de Santiago Solo

Walking the Camino de Santiago solo is an epic adventure for women. Flex your sense of adventure and travel on your own terms as you enjoy your time on the pilgrimage

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Esta lista es muy importante porque muestra que el camino es algo muy espiritual todavía para muchas personas. Mi "regla" favorita es "la práctica de ser incómodo" porque la raíz de la palabra peregrino es peregrini o "el extranjero."

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from Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences

Camino de Santiago FAQ's

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Some great considerations to help you put together a lightweight walking kit for the Camino de Santiago. Remember, if walking in colder months you will need to add some essential items in your sleeping kit and warmer layers of clothing.

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from Condé Nast Traveler

The 15 Most Beautiful Places in Ireland

Glendalough is a seventh-century monastery that’s a popular Catholic pilgrimage destination. Ireland has a complicated, fascinating religious history, and the era during which Glendalough flourished is an important one: Saint Patrick had begun converting the Irish to Catholicism from paganism in the fifth century, and 200 years later, Ireland had become known as a place of spiritual enlightenment. —Eimear Lynch

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