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    Offer one Camino suggestion.....

    Dry between your toes. ☺️
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    Should we or shouldn't we?

    Welcome to the forum Annette. I would also say to not over think this, as Dave Bugg said, pick a time and plan to go, make sure bookings can be cancelled if necessary, leave all expectations at home and just live it as it happens. Happy planning and Buen Camino.
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    That daily shower scramble - a different viewpoint

    I think you misunderstood my post, I meant not washing was not the cause of large families, it was tongue in cheek. ☺️
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    That daily shower scramble - a different viewpoint

    Not avoiding soap and water anyway. ☺️
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    Information wanted about Camino Portugues

    Try using the search function, lots of info to be had.
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    COVID Camino Frances Open?

    Welcome sydallen, September is a long way off and a lot can happen between now and then, hopefully things will have opened up again and we have got back to some form of normality.
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    Shoe arches when you get a larger size

    My brother got regular fitted boots when we did our camino in 2012, the girl where I bought my boots, who was a hiker herself, told me to put on the boots, push my foot forward until my toes just touched the front of the boot, then I should be able to fit two fingers between my heel and the back...
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    Monte de Gozo - statue commemorating visit of pope has been removed

    Title edited despite autocorrect. ☺️
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    Where did that Town Go??

    Where did that town go? Where did that entire day or few days go, during the first few days and weeks on Camino the weather was wet and windy and I spent most of the day, head down, into the wind and rain looking at my feet. I missed several towns. ☺️
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    Anyone in or passing through Ireland, this Greenway could be of interest.

    Thanks kirkie, I did not know that, every day is a school day.
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    Anyone in or passing through Ireland, this Greenway could be of interest.

    A Bowsie is a Dublin term for a blackguard or a troublemaker.
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    That daily shower scramble - a different viewpoint

    I have used the folding bucket to wash while wild camping on canoe trips but I don't see the point when and where there are warm showers available, it's a bit like having a car but using a donkey to do your shopping, it might work but it's too much trouble. ☺️
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    Anyone in or passing through Ireland, this Greenway could be of interest.

    Some parts are blacktop and some are gravel track.
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    Anyone in or passing through Ireland, this Greenway could be of interest.

    Written by Brendan Behan called The Ould Triangle. This Greenway is a great boost for short and long distance walkers/hikers...when we can get back out again.
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    If you were to choose your Camino based on the food?

    It's all a matter of personal taste really, I love the food in Spain but then again I only order what I like and I tend not to make a God out of food. This may come from growing up in a large family in rural Ireland in the 50's and 60's, we were damn glad to be fed and if you decided to get...
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    Is Something Missing?

    A little use of the search function should give you /others plenty information on that topic.
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    GR 70:- Robert Louis Stevenson trail

    @newfydog has walked this route but he hasn't been on here since 2020. Have a look at this thread, it might help. https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/chemin-de-r-l-stevenson.16587/#post-118601
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    Irish Camino to Camino Frances?

    Welcome Valerie, sorry for your loss. I started my Camino in St. James's Gate then took a Ryanair flight from Dublin to Biarritz its a short train journey to St. Jean from there. Happy Planning and Buen Camino.
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    Bronze age burial site in Spain suggests women were among rulers

    We were always told "Its a bad day that you don't learn something new" 😊

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