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Silver Oxide Camino de Santiago pendent
Camino de Santiago pendent that has a shell on the front, and "Camino de Santiago" engraved on the back. Comes with a black cord. Pendent is slightly larger than a 50 euro cent coin, about 25mm.
Camino Way Markers
Original Camino Way markers made in bronze. Two models, one from Castilla & Leon and the other from Galicia.
De-Bed-Bugging your Camino Gear

De-Bed-Bugging your Camino Gear 2016-05-03

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It's a 5 for people going back to their homes. Very good if headed straight back. If travelling onward in Europe what to do? Thanks for putting this together for us!
This answered all my questions and was very thorough on how to deal with infestations or potential infestations at the end of your Camino.
Excellent advice that seems very practical. One thought about CO2 for electronic gear would be to buy dry ice from any large grocery store (here in the US). Place in a plastic bag that is loosely tied and set outdoors. Make sure your electronics are not directly touching the dry ice because it is very cold. Do not completely seal the plastic bag because the dry ice will "melt" and turn into CO2 gas (lots of gas). I would place the plastic bag inside a paper bag that is folded shut, in case your plastic bag pops. This would probably work for delicate clothing or souvenirs also.
Covers it all! Great resource,
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