Welcome to my podcast for English Language Learners.

Improve your listening comprehension by listening to my conversations with guests from all over the world. By listening to real conversations between a native or non-native English speaker and me, you will improve your understanding of different English accents, connected speech, and you’ll learn interesting things about people, language and travel along the way.

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[081] In this second part of my conversation with Maria Seco, we discuss two pilgrimage routes to Santiago that are just over 100 kilometers each and can be walked in a week. The Camino Inglés comes down from Ferrol in the north and the Camino Portugués comes up from Tui in the south. It is on this Portugués route that we met last October. I walked right through the town where Maria lives!

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