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It is difficult to lose your way, as scallop shell symbols guide you through a true cross section of Spanish life.

Our contributing editor shares a beautiful and inspirational story on walking the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. #Spain #travel

Appreciate your friends and loved-ones' help with a small gift to show your thanks - this Pandora bead features the Scallop shell of Saint James - believed to promote courage, strength & hope. For centuries, the scallop shell, which is typically found on the sea coast in Galicia, northern Spain, has been the symbol of the Camino de Santiago (Way of St James), and its pilgrims - los Peregrinos. Pilgrims returned to their homes wearing the shell to show that they had reached Santiago.

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