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      I have done the Camino Frances (in parts of 40-60 %) four times. I just did the Camino Portuguese and wish I had done it sooner!! I loved it. On days that I gave my back a rest, I used Top Santiago and they were even better than what I used on...
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      I just finished Camino Portuguese (Porto to Santiago). There are not only grocery stores (Mercardo's), there are also fruit stores everywhere. When I walked the Camino Francis, I was amazed of how many tiny bars could even squeeze their own...
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      Would this work?
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      My advice--lighten your load as much as you can if you are carrying the backpack yourself. 1. It can get cold My advice: 1. It does get cold sometimes during the summer but if you have the ability to layer (ex: leggings then pants +/- rain...
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      hikentravel1234 replied to the thread Pack Cover Failure.
      I do too but the OP said the bottom of her pack filled up with water!!! Yikes, all I can think of is possible increased weight from water IN the pack. Is anyone out there anyone out there that has walked this year, in the rain, that has had the...
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      I'm only here to address arriving in Burgos on Easter weekend. I absolutely love Burgos. Be sure to take the option to walk through the park as you get close to Burgos. But I think being in Burgos would rob you of the beauty and enjoyment because...
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      On my first Camino, nine out of 10 of my toes, had blisters. This is what I learned from that Camino, and a few more: 1. Yes, good footwear is imperative. if toe blisters have been a problem in the past, I would suggest Injinji toe socks then...
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      hikentravel1234 replied to the thread SJPdP one night or two?.
      I came to SJPD overnight from the US via Madrid--bus to Pamplona--share taxi to SJPD so this was a long trip. I saw a few sights such as the Arch on the Camino on my arrival date then only walked to, and stayed in Orisson (3 1/2 hours), the next...
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      If you do take a rest day in Pontevedra, you can try to schedule your walking to where the walk into Santiago is only 7.5 or 10km on that day. That way, you can arrive in Santiago without being too tired.
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      I know it's tough to cut things out, but if you truly want to, these are my (female) suggestions: 1. Too much for upper body. Think of only up to 4 different things, for up to 4 layers at one time, if needed. Short sleeve merino shirt is a given...
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