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  1. Amigos caminando

    Ireland to Santiago

    Hi PetePie, check out www.pilgrimpaths.ie for guided walks over Easter. The advantage is as part of the organised walk you will be returned to the start of the walk. There are usually refreshments provided. As I mentioned before you will hear religious, historical, archielogical and local...
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    I'm back home!

    Thanks for the extra info Chris.
  3. Amigos caminando

    I'm back home!

    Muchas gracias, merci Chris for taking the time to post this. Especially for marking your fovourite gîtes.
  4. Amigos caminando

    I'm back home!

    I'd be grateful also Chris for any tips. I'm travelling in April. Looking forward to getting going!
  5. Amigos caminando

    Ireland to Santiago

    Hi, I am a member of the Irish Camino society, there is no time restraint on finishing the Celtic Camino and commencing the camino from A Coruña. Best of luck planning!
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    Feeling overwhelmed planning our first Camino?

    Hi Jessica, all good advice above. The choice is yours! Kirkie gave you the Camino Society of Ireland contact details. Their website gives winter and spring opening hours also information days that are held around the country. I'd advise calling in or going to an information day. You'll meet...
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    Medieval Irish pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela

    T Thank you for the link Katar1na. Great information.
  8. Amigos caminando

    My all-season packing list

    Appreciate your well compiled list. Nice to learn and compare. Thank you.
  9. Amigos caminando

    Shower shoes?

    I also tag my crocs on the outside of my recksac for easy access. So I when sit down for coffee/beer/feet soak in a stream near my day's destination I have refreshed feet on arrival. I keep a small absorbant cloth in an outer pocket to dry my feet. Ideal is a microfiber dishcloth.
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    Sharon and Doron - Our Camino Blog

    Enjoyed reading your blog. Great information. Thank you.
  11. Amigos caminando

    Shower shoes?

    Hi, I may be repeating previous advice here. I used to bring flip flops for evening wear and shower use but on colder evenings when socks are needed my crocs weigh slightly more than flip flops. It's so nice to let air at your feet after wearing boots all day.
  12. Amigos caminando

    To book or not to book!

    Hi Lee, I also will walk end of April 2019. There are also discussions and tips on booking accommodation etc on the Facebook Way of St. James-Via Podienses-Chemin du Puy-en-Velay.
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    Medieval Irish pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela

    After the recent launch of Bernadette's book in Dublin I can't wait to read it. "Medieval Irish Pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela"
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    Ireland to Santiago

    Hi Michelle, yourself and t2andreo are quite correct, if you walk 25km on a recognised pilgrim path in Ireland, of which there are beautiful historic routes, then you get a Celtic Camino certificate. You can then walk from A Coruña to Santiago, 75km and receive a compostela from the pilgrim...
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    I'm back home!

    Hi Chris, thank you for your distance recommendation for the first stages of the Le Puy route. I plan to start end of April 2019. I read of weather warnings at that time of year and am taking note. I've done a number of Spanish Caminos and the Portuguese camino. I might have further queries for...

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