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Recent content by Silus

  1. Silus

    Douro Valley advice

    We didn’t go into the duoro even though that was my preference, looking forward to responses. I really liked the CP, we went coastal and varient spiritual, which I would encourage.
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    Merino Base Layer Question?

    Henry, love the new snap!
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    Let's see your best "framed" pictures

    On the Portuguese October 2019, and Finisterre.
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    Questions from first timer

    This dog was off to coffee with its master, super Cute and just loved attention. These geese are at Sarria, near the river, always looking for food, not aggressive at all. This dog was off to the cafe with its master
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    Questions from first timer

    A viper (I think) on the meseta, maybe 15 centimetres.
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    Lisbon - Santiago (via Fátima): Day 1

    In Fatima we found the way of the cross/way of the little shepherds very contemplative. We were there at sunset and it was very peaceful. Well worth a visit if you have time.
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    Advice on stages - Porto to Santiago in 8 days

    We got credencials at Lisbon Cathederal - Largo da Sé, 1100-585 Lisboa, Portugal.
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    West Australian Camino meeting

    Hi kanga, if this is a go, please put it up on the forum.
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    Sunshine Coast Camino Group - Quarterly Meeting - 15th March, 2020

    Hi Jennifer, is there an update on the meeting?
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    Breakfast in St Jean Pied de Port

    For an indulgent breakfast try Hôtel des Pyrénées. The plates just kept coming. Only don’t tell them you don’t drink coffee! They were still talking about ”no cafe” as we were leaving.
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    Autumn Camino Frances Pictures

    Not strictly on the Francés but just outside Santiago, taken November 2019, autumn colours that we don’t get in my part of Australia.
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    Autumn Camino Frances Pictures

    Pamplona 22 Sept 18Ermita de la Virgen del rio 6 Oct18 Acebo or Riego de Ambros 15 Oct 2018OCebreiro 19 Oct 2018OCebreiro 19 Oct 2018Tricastella? 20 Oct 2018Foncebadon 15 Oct 2018 Hi Jeanne, Some photos from 2018 Autumn Camino to give you some idea - didn’t stop at one. These are fairly typical...
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    Muxia to Santiago

    We did santiago-Finisterr-Muxia in early November 2019, many pilgrims were coming back the other way so it won’t be lonely. There were waymarks for both directions pretty much at every turn (ie also marked back to Santiago). The route is fairly straight forward - we had no difficulties...
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    Refilling Prescriptions

    I can’t speak for US but I was able to fill Australian scripts in Spain. As we were there for 50 days and my medications came in 28 or 30 pill lots I had taken a second set of each. Unfortunately, somewhere along the way I lost all the spares. i had with me the prescriptions and a letter from my...
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    Explain your forum Avatar (name and picture).

    Like Iriebabel I’m laid up at the moment - in my case a post-Camino knee replacement. I left for Portugal with a torn meniscus but no time for surgical repair. I did have an injection of synthetic gel that is meant to provide some degree of cushioning. On my return I had an arthroscopy to repair...
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