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2022 Camino Guides
The 2022 Camino guides will be coming out little by little, most of them by the end of 2021. Here is a collection of the ones that are out so far.

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  1. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    I remember that train station (and the valley) very well.
  2. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    The bus system in Portugal is nice and reliable. From what I see on the internet, there are several buses per day. You could also contact one of the car services that moves luggage around for pilgrims.
  3. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    Bom Caminho! I hope you enjoy your walk.
  4. Noel & Annie J

    Can I use a liner only?

    We just finished and for us--wife and I--a liner plus a blanket was a little on the cold side.
  5. Noel & Annie J

    Advice please! West highland way vs Camino Frances

    We're looking to walk the Wall in late August or early September. Any tips or ideas would be very helpful!
  6. Noel & Annie J

    Hiking Sandals only?

    What suggestions would you have for walking in a cold, rainy environment (north of England) in sandals? Waterproof socks?
  7. Noel & Annie J

    Hiking Sandals only?

    What suggestions would you have for walking in a cold, rainy environment (north of England) in sandals? Waterproof socks?
  8. Noel & Annie J

    Hiking Sandals only?

    What suggestions would you have for walking in a cold, rainy environment (north of England) in sandals? Waterproof socks?
  9. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    We finished our Camino last Sunday. Next up for us will be a walk along Hadrian's Wall in the north of England.
  10. Noel & Annie J

    Availability of Taxis on the Central Route of CP

    I’m sorry that I didn’t take a picture of the stickers for you, because along the roads there are frequent advertisements for taxis up and down the Caminho.
  11. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    We’re Americans, so our original tongue is that form of English. We also both speak German and Spanish. I thought the German would be a little helpful, but it hasn’t helped much so far.
  12. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    Day 14: Iria Flavia - Santiago (20 km) We finally made it! Our check in today—at 18h—was the latest yet. The highlights today were 1) a stop at the beautiful chapel in A Escravitude—El Sanatario de Nuestra Señora de la Esclavitud—with a ornate baroque altar and a sello, 2) a therapeutic ankle...
  13. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    Ja, ik zag het in de video met Ivar. Ik heb meer moeite met het leren van Nederlands dan met Spaans!
  14. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    We were able to spend some time in Peru while we were in South America. We loved the food, the history, and the Spanish there.
  15. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    Day 13: Caldas de Reis to Iria Flavia (20 km). We went a little longer today in order to shorten the walk tomorrow. We're staying In a nice little cottage all on our own. (We'd like to catch up on a little sleep as well in this quieter, peaceful location.) The terrain today was the norm for...
  16. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    I'll post some more info on our best of Caminho meals in a summary entry later. Best wishes for a bon caminho!
  17. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    It is a beautiful country, and the people are so, so nice.
  18. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    Day 12: Pontevedra - Caldas de Reis. This was a very pleasant 20 km walk with a few gentle ups and downs. In spite of a soggy (90% chance of rain) forecast, I needed my poncho for less than 30 minutes. Just past the halfway point, we ate lunch at the O’ Eira Taperia. (My wife rates this as the...
  19. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    Today was a bad forecast, but ended up being a great day for walking!
  20. Noel & Annie J

    LIVE from the Camino Live from the Camino (Portugues)

    We learned our Spanish in Chile. We lived at the southern-most border of the historic Spanish South American Empire. The conquistadors in that area were slaughtered by the Mapuche shortly after their arrival In the 1600s. The Incas also didn’t make in any farther. The Spanish is famously bad in...
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