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      They re all nice spots. Another option would be to start at Sarria and pop to see Muxia and Finisterre after Santiago just options. I do like the climb at O Cebreiro though :)
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      Itsnever2late reacted to lt56ny's post in the thread Mozarabe in September with Like Like.
      Thanks alot for this. But of course you can never tell these days about what will happen a week let alone a year from now when I plan on walking. I will go and hope for the best but as they say plan for the worst! But once again thank you.
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      Itsnever2late reacted to krystianw's post in the thread Mozarabe in September with Thank you Thank you.
      I'm going to jump in here and point out that, if you want, you can look up the exact temperatures for previous years on the Mozarabe over at caminoweather.com. I just did this because I was trying to gauge just how hot your Sept 17th start is...
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      Itsnever2late replied to the thread Mozarabe in September.
      Thanks you @krystianw. Was unaware of the caminoweather.com site. Tempature is a good indicator, but not the only variable to consider. Best to consider all factors 3-4 days in advance and plan accordingly. Main rule is to stay safe and never try...
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      Itsnever2late reacted to Camino Chrissy's post in the thread Orisson with Wow Wow.
      When I walked the Frances in mid-April 2017, I had booked lodging from SJPdP through Pamplona. We stopped in Zubiri to take a look around and saw a huge bus and the driver was filling up the hold underneath with the backpacks of all the pilgrims...
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      Itsnever2late reacted to Fred Gaudet's post in the thread Mozarabe in September with Thank you Thank you.
      I started to Mozarabe from Almeria in late August 2018. It was hot sometimes reaching 100 degrees F. I used an umbrella and tried to start very early in the morning. Make sure you have enough water as well as some food, especially on Sundays...
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      Itsnever2late reacted to Adelina's post in the thread Barcelona with Like Like.
      Take a little trip to Montserrat and spend the night in the albergue there. Absolutely magical
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      Itsnever2late reacted to LTfit's post in the thread Mozarabe in September with Like Like.
      Indeed we differ, around 17c is for me perfect walking weather. I've also done way below 0c in Peru and Nepal (one morning -15c) but I prepared for that by wearing layers, hat and gloves. And it was so physically demanding that my body warmed up...
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      Itsnever2late reacted to LTfit's post in the thread Mozarabe in September with Haha Haha.
      A week or so ago walking into Orense It was 33-36 degrees. That is definitely hot. I'm ok with up to around 30 degrees and can obviously walk in higher temperatures but you then have to take so much water (my limit is 3 liters) that your pack...
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      Itsnever2late reacted to Astipad's post in the thread Train bookings with Haha Haha.
      RENFE is a huge mess. Train tickets get available at weird timing, there is no rule really… How they (RENFE) manage to still exist is a mystery to me (13 years living in Spain..).
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