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    Thornley reacted to MoniRose's post in the thread Orisson: To stop or not to stop? with Like Like.
    Update: I got to Orisson at 9:30am, gave up my room, and kept going! My toes were killing me when I walked out of the beech forest at 5:00pm, but I made it! What a high to end my first day on the Camino, except I was so exhausted and hungry. if...
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    I walked this route in 2014 and followed the arrows leaving Caminha. There was a short stretch along the highway, but then the arrows took me up into the hills until shortly past Vila Nova de Cerveira where it joined the river side path. There...
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    I'm pretty certain that there is a waymarked route from Caminha to Vila Nova de Cerveira. Out of Caminha you have to exit via the N13 road, except for the train its the only connection over the Coura river and the marsh lands where it meets the...
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    Thornley replied to the thread Tui to Santiago.
    Now altered David , Finally got there .
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    Thornley reacted to David Tallan's post in the thread Tui to Santiago with Like Like.
    You probably meant "Start in Valença". While starting in Valencia would get you a top-notch paella, it is probably not worth all of the extra kms. On the other hand, if you want to walk the Camino de Levante, Valencia is a great place to start...
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    Thornley replied to the thread Tui to Santiago.
    Parador was it🤭🤭😂😂
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    Thornley reacted to Camino Chrissy's post in the thread Tui to Santiago with Like Like.
    I have walked four of my various Caminos starting in mid April and surprisingly have had very little rain each time. It's been my "lucky" month to start.😃 P.S. I loved Pontevedra.
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    Thornley reacted to trecile's post in the thread Tui to Santiago with Like Like.
    I believe that you mean Valença
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    Thornley reacted to RobinK*'s post in the thread Tui to Santiago with Like Like.
    Hi Will, In April 2016 we stayed in Pontevedra. Very nice! I can recommend the Albergue 'O Lar de Pepa'. Nice rooms, dito beds, all the amenities you need and a very comfy conservatory (with a view!). http://www.olardepepa.com/El_albergue.htm
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    Thornley replied to the thread Tui to Santiago.
    No problems with April . Start in Valenca , changed it at last , sorry all. Stop in any of the 3 mentioned above , more to see and do in Pontevedra according to HRH Not a long distance , take your time and maybe the stop is not required. Some...
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