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    Questions about our first Camino!

    Two weeks by bike it´s doable from SJPP ! Moreover you two are in good shape :)
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    Hi all - New Pilgrim

    You are most welcome Tom :) You will love the Camino!
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    I simply just want to go

    Great video alexwalker! We had been in Norway in the spring. We have to go back in the winter one day. The northern lights are an amazing nature show!
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    Does anyone else KEEP walking after the camino?

    We do precisely the same. We try to walk around 1 hour a day and once per week (or so) we try to go for 15+ walk :)
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    Pyrenees V O'Cebreiro

    The weather might be the biggest challenge between SJ and Roncesvalles. The solitude is way bigger in this stretch than in the one to the Cebreiro. You will walk 18Kim's without crossing a single house (Napoleon route). Therefore you need to carry more water and food. In our opinion this ones...
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    Comment by 'A. Narciso' in media 'Orisson'

    Orisson brings us great memories :) Loved the picture!
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    Snow at O Cebreiro ----- Winter Photos

    It's really nice to see the Cebreiro with snow :) Thanks for sharing!
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    Comment by 'A. Narciso' in media 'Peregrino against the wind'

    @DLJ thank you for your feedback Dave.
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    Sarria to Santiago Documentary--The Four Minute Pilgrimage

    Nice work! No matter where you start you Camino, everyone end up doing (or at least trying to do) the last 100km. We already made two Caminos, the Portuguese from Valenca (120km) and the Frances from SJPP (800km) and we didn't felt we where more peregrinos in the larger Camino than in the short...
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    Comment by 'A. Narciso' in media 'On our Way!'

    @Oz Reg From Lisbon!
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    On our Way!

    Exit from Lisbon following the shores of Trancao River
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    Camino Olvidado from Bilbao to Ponferrada

    Very helpfull information! We cross with this Camino last September (during a hiking trip to Picos de Europa) and since then we got very curious about it. Thanks a lot for the info!
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    Growth on Caminho Portugues

    Having a place to sleep every 20km is already a great achievement. No doubts about that. But the opening of some more public albergues along the route Lisbon-Porto would still help this stretch to growth further. In our opinion that's why most pilgrims choose to depart from Porto: there is...
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    Growth on Caminho Portugues

    It surely deserves and they are doing a great job. The only thing that is missing now is more public albergues between Lisbon and Porto.
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    Promoting the Caminho Portuguese

    Magwood, we just saw your video and the first tought we shared was that we had already seen those flowers somewhere else. It was from your blog. We stumbled upon it on our research about the Caminho Portugues a few months ago. Only now did we match magwwod from the "trepidatious traveller" to...

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