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    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    😆 I can feel small changes in my plans are occurring as I read this 👍. - Thanks for the insights xx
  2. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    Thanks again - this is great info - I’m beginning to form a picture of an initial plan x
  3. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    Thanks so much - thats a really great analysis of the character of that particular Camino . I will be mindful of this .
  4. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    🙏 Thanks so much - Good advice and I enjoyed the story too . I quite enjoy a sociable camino - Would you say Arles to Somport is very quiet ? - and does it get busier after Somport on the way to The Francés junction ?
  5. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    Thanks Camino07 – that might be a good idea - using selected parts That suit my purpose from another routes existing guide
  6. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    Wow thanks Jill – I downloaded that PDF – very useful.
  7. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    Thanks so much Dave - happy to use your shared info’ - I’ll pop over to Gronze
  8. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    Thanks Jan - appreciate the comments- - I’ll start my search with the latest Amazon version as you suggest xx
  9. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Guide Books for Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones

    Hi everyone – spoke to Ivar and he said you may be able to help me find any up-to-date guidebooks for the Chemin d’Arles & Camino Aragones . Found this one on the CSJ site - but it’s fairly scant for the type of info I’m used to . Any ideas welcome - thanks
  10. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Foldable hiking poles in carry-on baggage

    Hi - I travel cabin baggage only and either post my poles to the first nights accom’ ( with their permission ) or have amazon deliver new ones there - works well enough . Xxx Ian
  11. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    No Compostela for You!

    Thanks William – that’s a great idea!
  12. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Horse rental AL PASO in Las herrerías

    Hi – after arriving in Las Herrerias in July 18 , my feet had decided they would enjoy some enormous blisters after 650 K of no problems - strangely. I went with another pilgrim staying with me at Casa Lixa with the same issues and found “Victor the horse guy“ the evening before as he does get...
  13. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Carry-on Size Backpack

    Hi Hieu , This is it on Amazon.co.uk - hope you find it (or similar) in the U.S. ( pics attached ) . Best Regards Ian
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    Carry-on Size Backpack

    Hey everyone! I’m a bit late to this thread but I’ve just got back from the Camino Inglés – I had to consider exactly the same “Carry On Conundrum” – for 5 flights . That’s Ryan Air 1 , Iberia 3 , Austrian 1 - ( £315 - Yeah Kiwi.Com ! ) One of these connections was a narrow 40 minute...
  15. Ian @ Camino Ramblings

    Poles, Poles, Poles...and Planes

    Hi - as a strictly hand baggage only pilgrim this year – within size limits and under 8 kg for some my flights – putting the polls in may have been a problem. After reading everything on This forum and others - sleeping on it for a night I came up with a solution that worked Perfectly. I...
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