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    • J Willhaus
      I won't be bringing another group. I retired last week and am on on my way Saturday to "increase the crowding" in Alaska and Canada by camping all summer. Just Phil and I back on the Camino to walk and volunteer next year in late winter early spring!
    • J Willhaus
      I read it this morning. Note he contributes to the crowding by bringing groups to this part of the Camino. He didn't say he'd be making a change himself only that others should...
    • J Willhaus
      This is really my favorite stretch. Hope you enjoy!
    • J Willhaus
      J Willhaus reacted to Kiwi-family's post in the thread Hospital de Órbigo with Like Like.
      If you are going to be here on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, you’re in for a treat. There will be a medieval fair, horses, jousting, the whole works! It’s already looking good as they prepare for the fiesta.
    • J Willhaus
      We don't accept bags and get along just fine...
    • J Willhaus
      J Willhaus replied to the thread Camino fatigue?.
      I've mentioned on other threads that the heart and meaning of the Camino did not come to me until I'd been walking 40+ days on my first Camino and had to end prematurely due my husband's illness. I'd been walking and some days really hating it...
    • J Willhaus
      Yes, in my experience, June is less busy than May or September. Sarria to Santiago will still be busy compared to the rest of the route, but there are always beds. No holidays in June, but watch out for local festivals which are fun, but loud and...
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      J Willhaus reacted to Ianinam's post in the thread Are passport copies accepted at albergues? with Thank you Thank you.
      The information from the passports/Id-cards are sent directly to the Guardia Civil. We - in the albergue - do not save those data.
    • J Willhaus
      J Willhaus reacted to Ianinam's post in the thread Are passport copies accepted at albergues? with Thank you Thank you.
      A copy of your passport does not have the (invisible) NFC chip in your passport/ID-card which contains all your personal data. Hospitaleros at Roncesvalles need your real passport (or ID-card), otherwise you cannot sleep there. No discussion...
    • J Willhaus
      Honestly, I can't support the copy thing. Is it easier for you? Maybe, but at almost everyplace I have worked except Grañón, we have been told to look at the original documents. The Guardia Civil do come by and check the handwritten register...
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