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  1. Simon

    Walking from Le Puy for a week - and transport links.

    Hello fellow pilgrims Having completed the Camino Frances in 'chunks' over a few years, some friends and I are planning to walk for 7 or 8 days days from Le Puy, later this year. Can anyone suggest where would be the logical place to finish this section? I'm presuming we will get to St Chely...
  2. Simon

    New Zealand Pilgrims

    Hi there, I'm a member who's moved to Wellington from London and have so far walked O Cebreiro-Santiago, St Jean-Logrono, Logrono-Burgos and Burgos-Leon in separate years. I claim no expertise, but am happy to pass on any tips and thoughts. Cheers, Simon
  3. Simon

    Madrid bus stations

    I did this a few years ago but my memory is hazy. We're flying into Madrid airport in June and then walking a week or more from Burgos. Can anyone tell me the name and location of the bus station we need in central Madrid to catch a bus to Burgos? And then I shall probably do battle with the...
  4. Simon

    Getting from Irun to Logrono

    We are picking up where we left off on the Camino last summer, 2008, and walking a week from Logrono this June. One friend is travelling by train from UK to Irun (Spanish border) and is now trying to work out how to get up to Logrono as swiftly as possible to start walking from there. Any...
  5. Simon

    Logrono to Bilbao

    A group of us are walking another week of the Camino this August/September :D and we will need to finish at Logrono. We've booked a return flight from Bilbao to UK, leaving at 10.20am the next day (honestly, why do we make our lives so busy?!) Can anyone offer advice on the easiest reliable way...
  6. Simon

    Travel Insurance for the Camino?

    I've just received my new European Health Insurance Card, which replaces the old E111 form for Brits needing healthcare treament while travelling in EU countries. The covering letter warns you the card may not cover all health costs and will never cover repatriation costs, and advises taking...
  7. Simon

    Getting to Cebreiro

    I'm planning to walk for 7 or 8 days with a group of friends from the UK from Cebreiro to Santiago at the end of August. I wondered if anyone out there can give advice on how to get to Cebreiro from either Santaigo, or Oviedo airports (presuming these are the closest!). Or perhaps it may be a...
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