The symbol of the concha guides the pilgrims along the way.
No Pasa Nada is the account of a woman who walked the historic Camino de Santiago in Spain in the spring of 2012. For one thousand years this has been a pilgrimage route to the Catedrál de Santiago de Compostela. It is believed that the remains of the Apostle Saint James are buried there. Wendy Sanchez was 68 at the time of her journey. This is not a travel guide; but a warm and honest account of the challenges and triumphs, friendships and solitude, all woven into the multi-layered lessons learned along the way.
The author is a native Californian, a world traveler and adventurer. She lives in Rohnert Park, Sonoma County, California with Taj, her large Golden Retriever. This is her first book.