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  1. Tvsteve

    South West Coast Path

    As a point of reference, I have completed the Camino Frances three times. I am 76 yrs old. I plan on another Camino when I’m 80. I’m quite active and have done many walks around the world. Two years ago my wife and I did part of the SW Coast path from Padstow to St. Ives. A travel company...
  2. Tvsteve

    Are you 70+ and still walking Caminos?

    Last year at age 75 I started alone in SJPP and finished in Santiago 33 days later. Carried my pack and trekked every frigging inch (EFI). A wonderful experience, even better than my other two Caminos. Being alone, I was able to easily meet others from around the globe. It’s my plan to do it...
  3. Tvsteve

    Organising a group Camino

    Given the two choices, I heartily endorse a group Camino. Good luck
  4. Tvsteve

    Organising a group Camino

    I personally wouldn’t want to do the Camino in a large group. The problem is you bring your selves with you and limit your interaction with other pilgrims. In somewhat the same way, when traveling internationally I always take public transportation, so I can interact with the locals.
  5. Tvsteve

    Then and Now, First and Last

    Here’s another........
  6. Tvsteve

    Do ladies pee in the woods? I think we know the answer.

    Do ladies pee in the woods? Follow the toilet paper.
  7. Tvsteve

    Weight Loss

    It’s a pretty simple calculation for most of us: Calories in/Calories out.
  8. Tvsteve

    Camino without alcohol?

    You get a choice, wine or water on menu del dia. Same reasonable price. As a friend of Bill W for 35 yrs, there were no issues for me