When do pilgrims walk the Camino de Santiago?

  This is not really a question, but more a tip. If you are looking for information on “when” pilgrims walk the Camino, have a look at our Camino de Santiago Calendar here. If you have your dates set, send a PM (Private Message to Falcon, link under calendar) so that he can add your Camino as well…

How do we deal with snoring in Albergues?

The question was: Snoring is prominently featured in virtually every blog about the Camino, usually with a mixture of humor and irritation. I heard several times that some albergues have rooms or space set aside for snorers, but I never found one. I met a peregrina who spent many nights sleeping outside to get away from snoring (she did not…

How do you get time off from work?

The question was: To those of you who do the entire Camino Frances in 1 go (not splitting it up into different parts), what about your jobs? What kind of job do you have (if you have one), and how did you manage to get off for the right amount of time? Read the interesting conversation on…

The Camino is not for everyone

  Not really a question, but still and interesting conversation that started with: The first part is a no-brainer: There are some people who simply are not cut out for long-distance hikes, physically or mentally. A 700 km. walk, or even the minimum requirement of 100 km., would be detrimental to their health. They would…

Can I walk a Gluten Free Camino?

  The question was: Please advise what and how one does manage their GF diet on the Camino? Of course, I will carry my own food but can I cook in some places as well? Read the interesting conversation on walking a Gluten Free Camino de Santiago here.