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  1. K

    Camino Portugues March 2011

    Haitianevey, Did you end up going in March after all? I'm toying with the idea of a March Camino Portugues (trying to decide between that and the VDLP). Neil
  2. K

    Laundry

    After a few muddy days maybe it worked better!
  3. K

    Laundry

    Thanks. Hadn't occurred to me that due to the cooler weather washing as frequently isn't necessary--except for the socks of course. Wouldn't want anyone to pass out. Cheers, Neil
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    live on the camino March 2013

    For those of you who started in March how were the people and the weather? I like to chat so I'm hoping to meet people often. Considering beginning 2nd week of March next year.
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    Laundry

    Now there's a compelling subject line. I've done a couple summer Caminos and liked the convenience of having my clothes dry in a couple hours or hanging them off the pack like it's a traveling shop. I'm considering a March VDLP and was wondering if any of you had any tips for laundry and...
  6. K

    updates--A December/January start

    Wow thanks for the info. Looks like Spring is certainly better!
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    updates--A December/January start

    I was just wondering how people fared who started this previous December or January. Was it miserable and lonely, or cool and lovely? There seems to be some conflicting information on the boards as to the weather situation starting in Sevilla in winter, though I understand the weather can vary...
  8. K

    New Camino documentary

    Glad to see his face again! This kind man helped me in a way I can't even describe.
  9. K

    New Camino documentary

    I want to thank all of you for watching the movie and taking time to comment on it. It means a lot to me as making it did come with sacrifice (quitting my job comes to mind). Seeing that some people enjoyed the film despite its faults reaffirms my belief that it was all worth it. Cheers, Neil
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    New Camino documentary

    Has anyone by any chance encountered David (at the lemonade stand) along the Camino, in the stretch before Astorga? I'm curious if he is still there.
  11. K

    New Camino documentary

    Gunnar, The section you're referring to is, I think, about 5 or 6 km from Astorga, a few kilometers from the hill that overlooks the city. I've heard that some parts of the Camino can look wildly different than others depending on the season. The opening map sequence and the other graphics in...
  12. K

    New Camino documentary

    Peter--absolutely. A higher quality version can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/26919395 Thanks!
  13. K

    New Camino documentary

    Thanks for the nice words everyone. The camera adds ten pounds -- to my pack, so hearing that many of you enjoyed it makes it worth it. Cheers, Neil
  14. K

    New Camino documentary

    The whole doc is up on vimeo now: Part one: http://vimeo.com/26919395 Part two: http://vimeo.com/26922680 Part three: http://vimeo.com/26925157 Part four: http://vimeo.com/27088155 Part five: http://vimeo.com/27089354 Thanks for being patient and apologies to anyone who had trouble...
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    New Camino documentary

    Susie, are you having problems viewing the other parts? Here is part two: http://vimeo.com/26922680 And part three: http://vimeo.com/26925157 Will get parts 4 and 5 up on Saturday. Thanks for your interest! Neil
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    New Camino documentary

    Those of you in Germany having trouble viewing part one can do so here: http://vimeo.com/26919395
  17. K

    New Camino documentary

    Thanks!
  18. K

    New Camino documentary

    Thanks for the kind words! Appreciate it. --Neil
  19. K

    New Camino documentary

    Hey everyone, here's some links to a Camino documentary I made. I posted a link to a trailer a while back, but finally decided to post the entire film online. Hope you like it! (It's in five parts): (Edit: those having a problem viewing the embedded video can try the links on the below --Neil...
  20. K

    Roncasvellas to Santiago in 28 - 29 days

    You'll be fine. My only recommendation would be to collapse some of the later stages, once you're used to walking, and also so you don't get too far ahead of the great friends you'll make along the way. --Neil
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