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  1. Jack Quinn

    Cycling & Blogging the Camino Portugués

    I am a 75-year-old male who is currently cycling the Camino portugués and posting daily blog entries of my experience. I'm cycling during August 2017, but I will leave the blog up when I finish, because it may be of use to others who are considering doing the same. If you check the blog out well...
  2. Jack Quinn

    Appropriate attire inside church

    I have attended mass on the Camino many times wearing shorts and a T-shirt, because that's the best I had to wear. I always felt welcome. The people who live along the Camino and the priests understand that we pilgrims carry as little as possible, and they welcome us dressed as we are. I have...
  3. Jack Quinn

    What's happening on the Camino?

    This seems to be a big change from last year. I walked the Camino Frances in July, and I few times I was the only person in the albergue. I believe there was only one time when the first albergue I got to was full, and I had to go to a second one in the same town. I would think that bigger...
  4. Jack Quinn

    Public transportation to SJPP?

    There is a train/bus combo from Bayonne to Saint-Jean. Maybe the train goes all of the way now, but when I took it last summer, a landslide had covered part of the tracks, so the train ran partway, and then they switched us to a bus. The ticket costs only a few euros, six if I remember correctly.
  5. Jack Quinn

    A Senior Citizen Walks the Camino de Santiago [Paid]

    You're right! I labeled the photo as being the gate in Puente la Reina, but it's the gate leaving Óbanos. You have a good eye for landmarks. Thank you so much. I will correct the caption before the next upload. -- JQ
  6. Jack Quinn

    A Senior Citizen Walks the Camino de Santiago [Paid]

    Jack Quinn submitted a new resource: A Senior Citizen Walks the Camino de Santiago - Kindle book. Free download February 28 & 29, 2016 Read more about this resource...
  7. Jack Quinn

    A Senior Citizen Walks the Camino de Santiago 2016-02-27

    This is a Kindle book, a day-by-day account of the pilgrimage of a 74-year-old male from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Sarria. It includes about 240 color photographs, which will show in gray scale on a Kindle reader or in color on the Kindle app on a device with a color screen. Advice on must-stop...
  8. Jack Quinn

    Best Camino Books (nonguide books, in English)

    May I suggest "A Senior Citizen Walks the Camino de Santiago?" It's an Amazon Kindle ebook. Search for it on Amazon.

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