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    palmah reacted to steve 217's post in the thread COVID Trouble contacting Orisson. with Like Like.
    Absolutely agree but ive been going on about crossing the pyrenees for years to my 82 yr old father in law so its yet another debt of honour im going to take him across even if i have to carry him so im planning on Orisson to break it into 2 days...
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    palmah reacted to alexwalker's post in the thread COVID Trouble contacting Orisson. with Like Like.
    It takes a lot of planning & money to get to SJpdP, whereas going to Pamplona is so easy: Fly into Barcelona/Madrid, enjoy a meal & the city, sleep well, and take a train/bus in the morning to Pamplona in a relaxed manner, enjoying the landscape...
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    palmah reacted to Jimmy Smith's post in the thread Navigation and information with Like Like.
    There is, in web world, an enormous amount of navigational and planning software, advice, apps etc concerning the Camino de Santiago. (Camino Francés) I will start by stating that the things I found to be of most use, and the only things I will...
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    This post might be helpful if you are a new forum user or even a long-time member who has noticed some changes that Ivar has recently made on the forum. Be assured that these changes should not affect the way you have been interacting here on the...
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    palmah reacted to Kanga's post in the thread A slight change in the air? with Like Like.
    I'm in Australia. If we leave, we probably won't be allowed back in. But I still keep trawling through the equipment websites, lusting over the latest backpacks, wondering if I can justify buying myself a new pair of hiking sandals. Today I...
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    palmah reacted to apmcintyre's post in the thread A slight change in the air? with Like Like.
    Have the research done and gear bought... Contemplating booking Dublin to Biarritz flight for 28 Aug (Ryanair so not massively expensive) for 2 week trip starting at SJPdP. I'm vaccinated and working full time in healthcare. Am I being wildly...
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    palmah reacted to Turga's post in the thread A slight change in the air? with Like Like.
    Yes! I know the feeling. Walking into an outdoor shop is like walking into a dragon’s lair – everything can happen. I prepare myself by repeating in my mind “you are mature and responsible… you are mature and responsible” but it doesn’t always...
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    palmah reacted to David's post in the thread A slight change in the air? with Like Like.
    When this really kicked in, lockdown and so on, I altered my mindset into "that's it, no more Caminos for me, will be years until any normality returns" ..... but now? I am in the UK and there is a ferry crossing from Plymouth direct to Spain...
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    palmah reacted to Arn's post in the thread Back to basics on the forum with Like Like.
    As we pilgrims begin to walk the Way again, especially within the next five months, it's important to share "real time" information to those following you. The FAQ area should be reviewed and updated, where appropriate. Key threads to update...
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    palmah reacted to Rebekah Scott's post in the thread Back to basics on the forum with Like Like.
    Thank you, Ivar and Moderators, for all the hours of work you do.
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