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    Eugene Carroll reacted to RJM's post in the thread Bypassing Sarria to get to Santiago with Like Like.
    Do not be put-off by the possibility (and it is just a possibility) that Sarria will be over crowded with pilgrims. Yes it is the starting point for so many, but every time I have been there (and that is several) I always easily found a bed and a...
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    Anyone who can read a map can find a route between Sarria and SdC that doesn’t follow the “official” Camino route. Trouble is no-one runs Albergues that aren’t on the “official” route and the Pilgrim’s Office doesn’t recognize routes that aren’t...
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    Fabulous
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    Hmmm. . . Are we evolving from discussions of 'who's a real pilgrim' to 'How to do a Woke Camino? :)
  • Eugene Carroll
    Read through all the comments above and, once again, was amazed at how some folks can be verbally aggressive/bordering on insulting with others they've never met in person. On Camino--you know, that shared/desired, beautiful, humbling experience...
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    Agreed, I stayed there last night, The pool is a dream during the heatwave and the place is, arguably, one if not the best Stops on the Camino. I thought I had died and gone to Heaven.
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    Welcome to the Camino and the Forum.I couldn’t agree more with Peregrina2020. For what it’s worth I am walking the Camino Frances, had great rest days in Burgos and Leon. Tonight I am enjoying a relaxing stay in El Acebo. With the current...
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    I crossed at the end of September. The St Bernard dogs are usually up at the Pass until the beginning of October. There was a bit of snow on the ground and a blue sky. I was very fortunate
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    Interesting post on several levels. To consider Sarria, a town that’s been a serious stop for Pilgrims for centuries, as not much more than a battery recharge outlet is a sad reflection indeed. Next time you have the privilege to sip an aperitif...
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    That’s amazing planning. I wish I could do that. For what it’s worth I am in Sahagun today and will have my next rest day in Leon. After Leon I guess I just walk to Santiago and take half days in Astorga, Villafranca, Ponferrada and basically...
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