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      Can I turn this? I’ll turn this. The most dangerous place on the Camino Frances, or any other Camino, is the gap between expectation and reality. Many have fallen there. Yes there are places where the footing is a bit challenging and there are...
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      You can walk the last 100km into Santiago from various locations. Sarria is not the only option. Take a look at the Sanabres, the Portugues, and the ingles— all enter Santiago from different points. I particularly liked starting the last 100km in...
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      I know pilgrims can just walk the last 100 km from Sarria to gain the certificate, but is it possible to walk from SJPP to Sarria, then skip straight to SdC and still qualify? Partly to avoid what looks like the busiest and possibly least...
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      dbeatriceb reacted to buridan's post in the thread Do I take a tent with Like Like.
      no, you do not take a tent. if you get someplace that is full you either walk to the next town, or call ahead then take a taxi to where you will stay, then come back in the morning. There is no wild camping in spain, and it is not encouraged in...
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      dbeatriceb reacted to dick bird's post in the thread Do I take a tent with Like Like.
      Let´s leave aside the various situations where someone has got away with it (whatever ´it´ is, be it poles in carry on, backpacks in the cabin, overstaying Schengen or camping wild in countries where it is frowned upon if not actually illegal)...
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      When my sister was living in Spain she always asked me to bring her peanut butter and Reese’s peanut butter cups!
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      Hoping someone will have some new ideas for me! I always bring a box to Spain to mail to my friends in Madrid. It has for years had the following items — boxes of Vanilla Chai tea bags, Dentyne gum, canned pumpkin, and maple syrup. These are...
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      Well… about the drying gimmick, I don’t know if you noticed but in the demo when she finished, the woman’s pants were soaking wet at the bottom. I am guessing her shoes were too. Another thing to consider is the likely scarcity of a large enough...
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      I couldn't find any posts about this topic on the forum (first time that's ever happened) so I thought I'd ask... It always seemed to me that wringing hand-washed clothes never works very well, and I wish I had a wringer available to squeeze out...
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      dbeatriceb replied to the thread clothing for the Ingles.
      I walked the Ingles a few years ago (2017) in early May and found the weather to be generally colder than I anticipated. Your list sounds fine— I am assuming you’ll be wearing some of the items and carrying the rest(?). I would advise bringing...
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