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      Who knows how the times go. When I had my farm in Wales most of my neighbours were very happy to sell their Tyn’s and Plas’s to the “idiot” outsiders who’d pay at least twice what it was worth, maybe three times if it had a nice view. The...
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      Santiago does receive tourists from cruise ships. Cruise ships dock in nearby ports (Vigo, Coruna ) and bus passengers to Santiago. It only takes an hour to drive from Vigo to Santiago. I have met several people people who have visited Santiago...
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      The Last Stamp Albergue (El Último Sello), not far from the cathedral, has a cool stamp with its name. From what I have seen in my four stays in Santiago, they are happy to stamp your credential even if you are not staying there. l think it's...
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      https://theoxfordculturereview.com/2018/05/13/the-long-view-individualism-on-the-camino-de-santiago/
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      Joe.Iozzi replied to the thread Money on the Camino.
      If you are asking the average amount of cash you will likely spend each day for the entire trip in Spain then I don't agree that 25 euros a day is correct. Costs at either end of the camino will likely be more than in the towns between Sarria and...
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      Joe.Iozzi replied to the thread Lumbier Gorge Way-marking..
      I just came back from walking the Aragones, it is a lovely, uncrowded walk. Parts were well-marked, parts were poorly marked. We took the Lumbier alternative. It was beautiful, however, we didn't see any arrows between Sanguesa and Liedena. We...
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      I have walked the Frances, Norte and Aragones in May and there have been fields of wild flowers, most notably red poppies, each time. It rained once on the Aragones, two or three days on the Frances and not at all on the Norte. I think that how...
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      The bridge over the Rio Aragon A little south Canfranc Estacion has been repaired. We used it this morning. the river is eating into the trail in several places but the trail was easy to hike. Beautiful rainy day in the mountains.
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