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  1. KiwiNomad06

    6 Ways to Santiago- Palmerston North showing

    Hi there everyone in the Manawatu, Wairarapa, Rangitikei Southern Hawke's Bay areas, Phil and Yvonne in Masterton were instrumental in getting the documentary "Walking the Camino" - 6 Ways to Santiago" to come to our part of the world. It will be shown at Downtown Cinemas in Palmerston North...
  2. KiwiNomad06

    Walking near Assisi

    This is not Camino-related - though St Francis is reported to have been to Santiago- but I thought some might be interested. I am leaving home in a week for a 10-day walking tour based near Assisi. I am doing it through a commercial company, with my bag carried, and accommodation booked etc, so...
  3. KiwiNomad06

    Distance Certificate

    Hi Ivar :-) Quite some time ago you sent out an e-mail that included a link for obtaining the distance certificate from the Pilgrim Office if you have already walked the Camino. I didn't act on the e-mail straight away, but thought I must get 'around to it' one day. Now I find the link doesn't...
  4. KiwiNomad06

    LIVE from the Camino Two blogs I'm reading

    At the moment I am following two wonderful blogs from people currently walking the Camino- and I look forward to my (almost daily) dose. One blog is by John and Robin, experienced pilgrims who have walked from Le Puy to SJPP and who are now on the Norte...
  5. KiwiNomad06

    Le-Puy-en-Velay Tourist Guide

    I have just found this tourist guide, put out by the Le-Puy-en-Velay Tourist Office. It is in English, in pdf format. http://www.ot-lepuyenvelay.fr/_fichiers/GUIDES_ETRANGERS/Guide_ANGLAIS_BR.pdf I think that often people just see Le Puy as a place to get to, so they can start their walking...
  6. KiwiNomad06

    Vezelay route slideshow

    I came across this slideshow of photos on YouTube of the Vezelay route. Inspirational with all the old villages and towns you pass through... Margaret
  7. KiwiNomad06

    Geneva to Le Puy blogs?

    This seems the best place to post this.... I am wondering if anyone knows of some blogs of the route from Geneva to Le Puy. Am vaguely thinking of walking this in 2015, and would like to know more. I have read Gitti's and Robert's blogs- and plan to revisit them both over coming months- but I...
  8. KiwiNomad06

    Photos: Pamplona to Santo Domingo de la Calzada

    Last year (2012) I walked two sections of the Camino Frances. I have just put up some photos on Flickr from the first section- from Pamplona to Santo Domingo de la Calzada. http://www.flickr.com/photos/96274365@N03/sets/72157634240753955/ Margaret
  9. KiwiNomad06

    Cluny to Le-Puy-en-Velay

    I've just put up a set of photos on Flickr from my walk last year (2012) along the Camino route from Cluny to Le-Puy-en-Velay.http://www.flickr.com/photos/96274365@N03/sets/72157633640726609/ I've also made a blog about this route- with some of the same photos: http://clunychemin.blogspot.co.nz/...
  10. KiwiNomad06

    Wellington Camino photo exhibition

    I have just come across this notice for those in Wellington or near it. Too late for the opening night and talk by Archbishop John Dew, but there is a Camino photo exhibition that runs for a brief period until 28 February. " The Walk of St James You are warmly invited to the Opening Night of a...
  11. KiwiNomad06

    Manawatu Meet-Up

    If there is anyone in the Manawatu /Rangitikei /Horowhenua /Tararua /other nearby place who is interested in a meet-up for a Camino-chinwag somewhere, eg the Cafe at the Esplanade in Palmy, please PM me. :D Margaret
  12. KiwiNomad06

    New guidebook. Voie des Piémonts

    There is a new guidebook (in French) for the Voie des Piémonts: http://www.chemin-compostelle.fr/boutique-livre-37-Voie-du-Pi%EF%BF%BDmont-pyr%C3%A9n%C3%A9en.htm Also there is a Facebook link to a map of the route here...
  13. KiwiNomad06

    Cluny blog

    This blog isn't quite on the Le Puy route, but this seems the best place to post about it. I am mid-way through creating a blog about my April-May walk from Cluny to Le-Puy-en-Velay. It contains quite a few photos and my retelling of the walk. It's still in the nature of a 'first draft' but I...
  14. KiwiNomad06

    Cluny Chemin- blog

    Hi All, I have just started a blog with photos and notes from the walk I did from Cluny to Le Puy in April-May. So far only two postings in it, but will be adding to it over coming weeks. http://clunychemin.blogspot.co.nz/ This year I also walked from Le Puy to Conques in France; and from...
  15. KiwiNomad06

    Staircase to see in Santiago

    While I was in Santiago I spent some time with a young woman I met from New York, and she told me to go to Museo do Pobo Galego- to see the amazing staircase in the building as much as the displays. There are three separate staircases twirling around each other- taking you to different places...
  16. KiwiNomad06

    Marianne- from Gisborne

    In May/June I met up with Marianne from Gisborne in Moissac then again in Los Arcos. I have a nice photo of her from Los Arcos. If anyone knows her, could they please let her know? Ta! Margaret
  17. KiwiNomad06

    Dean & Trish- from Oz

    In June I met up with Dean and Trish from Oz several times on the Camino. I have a couple of photos of them that they might like to have. If anyone knows them, could they please let them know I am looking to contact them? Ta! Margaret
  18. KiwiNomad06

    LIVE from the Camino Hurrying slowly from Cluny

    It's still six weeks until I leave New Zealand- but time is racing by, and I have a 'to do' list a mile long of things I want to cross off before I walk out my front door and head off to the local airport to start the long journey for Paris. Before I know it, it seems like I'll be 'live' from...
  19. KiwiNomad06

    Plastic bags and snorers

    There's just been a report prepared about visitor reactions to a very scenic New Zealand wilderness walk- a 53.3km trek along the Milford Track in one of our National Parks. Officials were worried that overcrowding might be spoiling the experience. But it seems that the notorious sandflies in...
  20. KiwiNomad06

    You Tube Video_ Le Puy to Cahors

    I just came across this video on YouTube- has some beautiful photos of the route from Le Puy en Velay to Cahors- including some striking ones in Conques. Margaret http://youtu.be/H8sFA-uNInk
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