After taking on wilderness-oriented trails in the U.S. (the Appalachian and Pacific Crest) and making films about his adventures, Scott "Squatch" Herriott decided to go International. So he spent a couple of months walking and interviewing folks along the Camino de Santiago in Spain and France in the spring of 2013. Hilarity and Culture ensue in "Wayfaring - A Jaunt along the Camino de Santiago". You'll meet...Monique, a New York sophisticate trying to lose her cynicism...Thrice-timer Eddie from Ireland who constantly waxes philosophic about the Camino....Brandon from Texas who finds himself skeptical of those who divulge their alleged reasons for walking The Way. Also, semi-crazed eatery owner Pilar whose on-camera rants are priceless. This is Herriott's seventh film involving long-distance treks and those he encounters along the way. It's characterized by his wry humor, good eye with the camera and occasional whining.
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Have you watched Wayfaring - A Jaunt along the Camino de Santiago yet? What did you think about it?