1# Mark Joseph (Road to Muxia)

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El Camino People- The Podcast
El Camino People- The Podcast
1# Mark Joseph (Road to Muxia)


Today with us we have Mark Joseph and Ariel Jonotan Fernandez Arias from Road to Muxia. Mark had a near-fatal car accident and after the loss of his father due to cancer he decided to walk El Camino de Santiago with the person that almost killed him.

The Road to Muxia team is now trying to get founds to produce their movie/documentary in which Mark walks with his father asses to honor him and to close a door that will open many others through the journey.

Step by step

[skipto time=0:48]0:48 ➤ Intro of Mark and Ariel[/skipto]
[skipto time=4:43]4:43 ➤ Mark introduces Ariel Jonatan[/skipto]
[skipto time=5:11]5:11 ➤ Jonatan introduces Mark[/skipto]
[skipto time=7:26]7:26 ➤ The beginning, Marks accident[/skipto]
[skipto time=15:45]15:45 ➤ The process of filming a documentary in el Camino de Santiago[/skipto]
[skipto time=28:10]28:10 ➤ Funny moments during the Walk[/skipto]
[skipto time=34:16]34:16 ➤  Closing / Crowdfunding [/skipto]

Check out their website and Instagram for more info about their project and their crowdfunding campaign.


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