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  1. Kay.V

    Advice of those who have walked May/June

    I agree with H. Richards. Every year is so different at that particular time of year that it's impossible to try to predict. I started out the first week of May and had absolutely gorgeous weather, perfect temperatures to walk in (60's F - 15C) until after Burgos and then we had some downpours...
  2. Kay.V

    Is this a sign?

    First I want to thank you for being so bravely honest about sharing your experience. Anger is often called a secondary emotion that stems from either fear or grief or any other significant core belief or emotion because we tend to resort to anger in order to protect ourselves from or cover up...
  3. Kay.V

    Biarritz airport to Bayonne rail station

    It's about an hour ride. And yes you need to book in advance.
  4. Kay.V

    Biarritz airport to Bayonne rail station

    Actually I booked a direct shuttle service from Biarritz airport to St.Jean with Express Bourricot (Euro 18). It's a shared shuttle service so prices will be cheaper when shared with other pilgrims but they will let you know in advance when they have other people for that time slot. You can book...
  5. Kay.V

    Women's needs

    Thank you for such a fast reply. I have never experimented with Pibella cups. I guess there is a first time for everything ;)
  6. Kay.V

    Women's needs

    I plan on walking the Camino in May this year (2018) and am looking for some advice from the ladies on this forum on what to take when it comes to basic female necessities. More specifically how to pack smart. (without taking a ton of supplies)