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  1. nickpellatt

    GR11 - Coast to coast across the Pyrenees

    Now I know it's not a pilgrimage, but has anyone done the through hike on the GR11. I fancied doing it this year, bought a guidebook, but found the lack of clear information on accomodation off-putting, and did the Camino Norte instead. Just wondering if anyone has done this and has direct...
  2. nickpellatt

    Rely on the waymarking, ignore your apps!

    This is very much my opinion, but may be very relevent for anyone walking the Camino on the more recognised routes; Frances, Portugues, Norte and Finesterre / Muxia. The waymarking was, in my experience, excellent on all routes and can be relied upon to direct you from place to place easily...
  3. nickpellatt

    Camino del Norte - 50 days from May 1st 2019

    Greetings fellow pilgrims! I have recently completed the Camino del Norte, taking 50 days from Irun > Santiago > Muxia > Fineseterre > Santiago, a route that my compestella recorded as 1057km. I captured my thoughts in Haiku poetry, and the ebook link is in this thread...
  4. nickpellatt

    Camino del Norte: Hiking with Haiku

    Greetings fellow pilgrims! I have recently completed a 50 day trip on the Norte, with Muxia and Finesterre thrown in for good measure, and decided to capture my experience with photos and haiku poetry. My ebook contains this collection of poems, matched to some beautiful and typical images of...
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