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    Vanozza replied to the thread Learning Easy Spanish.
    Look into the Olly Richards program. Also iTalkie for practice online with a native speaker of your choice.
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    Vanozza replied to the thread Rain gear- poncho.
    On rainy cold Fall days, I wear a Marmot rain jacket under my poncho to keep my arms dry. I also wear rainpants, sometimes with thin silk long johns underneath so that I don't have to feel the inside of the rainpants on my bare legs. Then last...
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    Me gusta! Good for you!
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    Vanozza replied to the thread weather change.
    It snowed briefly in Burgos today and the temps are in the mid-30s F. No rain yet. As the Spanish people say "It seldom rains in Castilla y Leon and then always at the wrong time ". Of course that's not Navarre. I suggest that you download a...
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    The sun rising on a misty autumnal morning in Galicia and a horny handed campesino calling out "Oi, 'grino, how you doing?"
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    Much appreciation for this incredibly valuable community. Our time has come and the flight leaves this Monday (Oct. 15) arriving in Madrid Tuesday morning. After a plane ride to Pamplona (or the train if we don't make the connection), we'll be...
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    Vanozza replied to the thread Time Shifting.
    Thanks for the suggestions. Since I only hike about 10 miles per day, I don't usually need to hit the trail until around 9am. Certainly no later. And I do not drink el vino so no debydration problems from that practice.
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    So the title should be "Hiking poles shortage in Porto Decathlon" ;) I'm sure there are many more sport equipment stores in Porto. Anyway if you really want to buy walking poles in Decathlon there is one in Gaia and another one in Matosinhos.
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    I use Facebook to post a status update along with a couple of photos.
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    I live on the East Coast of the US and therefore lose 6 hours when traveling to Spain. In order not to be a complete wreck on the first few days of my camino, I attempt to "time shift" while still at home. I do this by getting up 5 minutes...


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