Where does pilgrims store valuables on the Camino de Santiago?

Storing valuables on the Camino de Santiago
Storing valuables on the Camino de Santiago

The question was:

I’ve only had a wallet, I going to have to change. Now ‘bum belt get in the way of ruck sack, how do other deal with this? As I appreciate valuables cannot go in the rucksack.

Read all the good advice on how to best store your valuables while on the Camino de Santiago here.

Do I need pajamas for my Camino de Santiago?

Pajamas for the Camino de Santiago?
Pajamas for the Camino de Santiago?

The question was:

Do people sleep in their hiking clothes for the next day (hopefully clean) or nothing (hopefully not) or do they bring sleepwear and just not list it?

Read all the good advice regarding Sleepwear on the Camino de Santiago here.

Walking poles or no walking poles on the Camino de Santiago?

The question was:

I really can’t decide. I appreciate that they make your life easier but will they make they walkers lot MUCH easier. I’ve used them before and I just feel slightly uncomfortable.

Read all the good walking pole advice on the Camino de Santiago.

Thin or thick socks for the Camino de Santiago?

Socks

The question was:

I’m sure with my ‘training’ going to take place in the English winter, the socks will be very thick, now when it comes to Spain in spring, they are going to be a lot thinner. So to cover my bases I’m going to take 4 pairs, 2 very thin & 2 medium ones. What do others think?

Read all about what types of socks are best for the Camino de Santiago here.

Can i walk the Camino de Santiago with Diabetes?

Diabetes on the Camino de Santiago
Diabetes on the Camino de Santiago

This question was asked from a pilgrim in our forum that has diabetes 2 and thought he would not be able to walk the Camino de Santiago because of this. Several pilgrims, all with diabetes, joined the conversation.

Read more about tips for people with diabetes on the Camino de Santiago here.