Walking Back Home By Margaret Caffyn
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Walking Back Home By Margaret Caffyn


Most people have a huge party for their 60th birthday, but not me….I chose to walk across Spain on the Camino de Santiago.  I have written the book that I wish I had BEFORE I went, and I hope this will inspire you to put on some boots, load up a backpack, and follow the Camino path.

This walk changed my life in so many ways and the first part of my book is about that transformation, my experience.  It is not a diary like most other Camino books, but an introspective look at what happens to your mind and body when walking long distance.

The second part of my book is the result of questions asked at various talks that I have done Australia wide.  It answers questions such as “can I get lost?”, “how do I know what to take?”, ‘how much does it cost?”, what is the accommodation like?”, “is it safe to do on my own?”.

Walking The Camino is as much about the journey to self as the actual physical path. Maggie takes you inside the mindset that you need to be able to achieve your goals.

Please note that $1.00 from the sale of each book will be donated to the Motor Neurone Society (Victoria).

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About the Author:

Margaret Caffyn (nee Stott) was born in Melbourne, Australia. Her childhood was an adventure in itself, living in suburbia during the week and spending every weekend and school holidays at the family’s sheep farm on Phillip Island.

Her father encouraged independence and taught her many of life’s practical skills, allowing her to explore her surroundings and become the free spirit that she is, thus developing a lust for experiences. Over her lifetime, she has had many transformations. She has been a stenographer, medical secretary, waitress, cook, and function organiser.

She owned a catering business and also a Mexican restaurant, and now works as a Remedial Massage therapist at home. Travelling is her passion and Margaret devotes much of her spare time to exploring the world and challenging herself along the way. She has two children and two grandchildren and lives on the stunning Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.

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Weight .220 kg