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  1. CaminoMatt73

    Pilgrim passport in Lisbon

    I got mine at the cathedral. You would literally walk out the front doors of the cathedral to the left corner of the building to view the first arrow and continue to the back of the cathedral to start your Camino. The first day is tough....guaranteed. Good luck!
  2. CaminoMatt73

    Lisbonne to Santiago in october

    After Norte route, I'll walk Portugal again. Probably start late October. My flight back to Ottawa isn't until November 16. I'll walk two Caminos for the third time in 14 months. (Addicted)
  3. CaminoMatt73

    Lisbonne to Santiago in october

    As I recall, the first day I stayed at a fire hall for a donation and required assistance to find it but after that, it was pretty easy. I have a PDF guide book for the route and it helped. Actually, I stayed at two fire halls. It was great though. The southern part of Portugal was tough. I...
  4. CaminoMatt73

    Lisbonne to Santiago in october

    Last year it didn't rain until I hit Porto but then, it rained frequently but in small amounts in the Galicia valleys. I walked October and November.
  5. CaminoMatt73

    Portuguese or Norte in September?

    I'm walking Norte route starting on Sept 13. I've been through Portugal twice and if you decide to go, start in Porto as the South appears to recognize the Camino less and therefore less support.
  6. CaminoMatt73

    Portuguese or Norte in September?

    Thank you for your insight. I'm more than excited now. Yeah! I walked Portugal paths twice in the last year and the south was not great but Porto and north wasn't bad....pretty good actually but that's my thought.
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