This year, 2023, I walked the Camino Maltes for the first time. The weather was perfect, the route well marked and the company of some 150 other pilgrims most exhilarating…
I’m Clara 😊, I am 27 years years old. I walked 260km of Camino Di Santiago (from Andorra to Santiago de Compostela) in 2017. On the 12 March of 2023,…
Clara Francesca Aquilina
The walk was well organised.. We were a group of friends did the Camino de Santiago last year, and this was like a re-union. Its nice to have a Maltes…
For my wife Marvic and I it was a great day yesterday. We have been to different Caminos now, but starting from home is different. We have started the Camino…
Camino Maltes/ Universal Peace Walk 1543AD: A Cambridge dictionary definition of “Off with a Bang!” explains an event as , “very exciting and successful.” This aptly describes the Camino Maltés…
12th March 2023 Camino Maltes | Universal Peace Walk 1543AD
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