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Colette Zaharie
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Apr 21, 2017 at 7:52 PM
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Gender:
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Birthday:
February 9
Location:
Ottawa Canada & Piestany Slovakia
Occupation:
Retired

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Colette Zaharie

First Pilgrimage SJPP late March 2017, Female, from Ottawa Canada & Piestany Slovakia

Colette Zaharie was last seen:
Apr 21, 2017 at 7:52 PM
    1. Slowwalker
      Slowwalker
      I look forward to reading about your camino.
    2. Free spirit lily
      Free spirit lily
      Hi Colette, my first Camino too. I arrive in Madrid on the 17 th March, I'm taking the overnight bus to San SebastiƔn and thinking of staying the night there, how are you getting to SJPP from Pamplona ? What is the best way to get to SJPP. Please send me any useful info you have found . Buen Camino!
    3. Colette Zaharie
      Colette Zaharie
      I've finalized flights (into and out of Madrid) and overnight bus arriving early morning in Pamplona Saturday March 18th. I'm blessed to have 6 weeks to walk. Start March 19 or 20 SJPP to Valcarlos.
    4. wcsjms
      wcsjms
      How are your plans taking shape? Made arrangements at Orisson ? Buen Camino !
    5. wcsjms
      wcsjms
      Your first Camino in March of 2017? Have you made a reservation at Orisson yet? If not, I would suggest you do as they have limited space to accommodate trekkers and people make reservations early on. It is a nice place to stay overnight and break up the journey to Roncesvalles. It's a good place to meet your fellow Camino trekkers. Buen Camino !!!!
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      2. Colette Zaharie
        Colette Zaharie
        Hi wcsjms. I have been told by veteran CF people here that the Napoleon route and the Orrison albergue are CLOSED until early April so I will go via Valcarlos. I'm a hiker but want to take the first week easy, I have 6 weeks and want to take time to enjoy and find inspiration. I will start March 19 or 20 weather permitting.
        Jan 29, 2017
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    February 9
    Location:
    Ottawa Canada & Piestany Slovakia
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Camino(s) past & future:
    Start SJPP late March 2017 Camino Frances
    Looking to start SJPP with fellow pilgrims through the Pyrenees. I have flexible start date in March and consider splitting Stage 1 into Day 1 UP, Day 2 DOWN. I am a daily 10 km walker, will train hills January to March in Slovakia. I'll travel to SJPP from Slovakia. Hoping to meet fellow pilgrims in SJPP.
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