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  1. shefollowsshells

    Walking While Pregnant

    Women walk all over the world while pregnant with multiple kids in tow just for survival!!! Stay hydrated! I always say ,” I’m pregnant , not sick!!!!”...
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    Stuff I was wrong about - And Trail Runners

    Kanga, my feet just about did me in on the Portuguese. I’ve never had a Camino injury... in fact was a big runner in my younger age with no injuries. I will always wonder why I had so much foot pain, now home three weeks my heels still throb. I switched to Bondis and it helped and I was able to...
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    LIVE from the Camino A few tips from the Camino del Norte

    We did too!!! The auberge was simple simple but the little town was celebrating chestnuts and it was a sweet night!
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    LIVE from the Camino A few tips from the Camino del Norte

    Lori so great to see you are the Norte! I’ve been gone three months, flight home today and had no idea. You’ve been saying it was on your radar. I hope you live it as much as I do!
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    most unfortunate, stolen I phones and tablets

    I oddly woke up in Seminario Menor at a few minutes past 2 in the morning with a tall grey haired man walking by my bed looking at my belongings ( confused looking) and then doing the same to the next six beds. My children and friends were in those beds and when he approached their belongings (...
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    Perverts on Portuguese Camino

    I have not read others responses but felt the need to chime in. I am in my last 48 hours of beautiful Portugal. I’ve been here and Spain for ten weeks with my daughters ages 11 and 13. The people are beautiful, sweet and loving. What you describe has happened to us twice...
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    Sharing our Roto Vicentina - blog

    I gained so much help from this forum as we prepared for our Roto Vicentina. It is a breathtaking feast of a hike! We walked South to North and while I have never been one to write well I hope my pictures can give someone a glimpse of all it has to offer. Shefollowsshells.blogspot.com is my...
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    To the trail angels of the Roto Vicentina

    We want to thank you here on our loved forum for all the work that you have done to make this trail spectacular! The trail is beautifully marked! When one is walking through the woods and comes across water blocking the path a walkway has been put in place. This trail is loved! It is obvious...
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    Accommodation in Lisbon

    We are in Sintra at the moment, we spent four days in Lisbon, starting our Portuguese route tomorrow. Our first three nights were at Poets Hostel, nice place, new location for those that might have stayed prior to January. The common area was small, not enough room to accommodate breakfast. Very...
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    input needed re: Train from Lisbon to Lagos

    You're awesome!!!! Thank you!!!!!
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    Salads in Portugal - curious

    Thank you all so much guys!!!!!
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    input needed re: Train from Lisbon to Lagos

    I thought I was putting it in that forum and realized I had not when I went to look for answers.
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    Fares from SCQ to Paris CDG...and flight schedules

    I wondered if anyone has mastered the Santiago flights, what is a good deal, possibly when to find them, or a route that I might not have even thought of. For two Caminos it was just me flying from Santiago to Paris so I didn't pay attention to the cost. My children and I need to be at CDG on...
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    Train connection in TUNES- (from Lisbon to Lagos)

    Thank you Fraluchi!!! I think , if I did it correctly that I booked the train for a Promo of 9 Euros each!!!! Another forum member glanced at my plea to help me validate that and appears I did it correctly, though some site had the cost at $80 Each.... It was difficult to decide bus vs train...
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    input needed re: Train from Lisbon to Lagos

    A thank you x a million!!!!!! It seemed too good to be true...especially after seeing that $80 option....
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    input needed re: Train from Lisbon to Lagos

    And confusing me more this site says it would be 80 Euros a person... now I am fearful I have not booked correctly... http://www.raileurope.com/spip.php?page=sales&re_domain=ptp&re_oper=results&step=results
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    input needed re: Train from Lisbon to Lagos

    To those that have either done this or know the train system way better than I do (which would be the majority)... this site seems to imply there are two different transactions for Lisbon-Tunes and Tunes-Lagos that total about 50 Euros. It does imply that there is "now" away to purchase both at...
  18. shefollowsshells

    6 Words

    My 10 year old who walked at age 9 just said to add, "hey guys are we there yet"
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    6 Words

    My story has to do with me convincing a gal here in the States why I was so thrilled with my upcoming plans to be walking my first Camino. She snarled at me in total disgust when I was smiling and saying how I couldn't wait!!!!! I said, "you walk, stop and eat tapas " After just honestly...
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    6 Words

    Thank you...I will carry these words with me FOREVER!!!!I...and will need to adjust my budget in doing so... I gathered the kiddos around and read this to them, I suspect we all will continue to say this forever...


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