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  1. CaminoDeChristiano

    Reflection in anticipation of the Camino

    I'm not sure why I felt compelled to write something here though I feel as though others will relate to this. I will be leaving from Dublin via ferry to Cherbourg and walking over 1500km until I reach Santiago. This journey begins in a little over ten weeks from now and makes up the first...
  2. CaminoDeChristiano

    Most Dangerous stage on Camino Frances.?

    Statistically, probably the drive to the airport. On the Camino itself, the biggest danger is exposure. Cold weather at high altitude, Hot Weather in the Meseta as examples.
  3. CaminoDeChristiano

    Camino Vagabondes

    Thanks Peter - I'm definitely growing in excitement (and mild panic) as June 30th gets closer. What were your takeaways from the Primitivo?
  4. CaminoDeChristiano

    Camino Vagabondes

    Thanks for the reply. Having walked both, what would your recommendation be? I've walked the Frances previously and I think there is some overlap with the routes - I'd have to say the last stretch from Sarria was not my favourite part of the Camino although after walking the guts of 1500km...
  5. CaminoDeChristiano

    Camino Vagabondes

    Thank you for such useful pieces of advice. I would love the opportunity to stay with locals or families so I'll check that out. If you are anywhere along my route, let me know and I'll meet you and your husband for a coffee!
  6. CaminoDeChristiano

    Camino Vagabondes

    Thanks for the reply mate. I'm lucky in Ireland that there is an acceptance of wild camping that doesn't seem to be the case elsewhere in Europe. What am I looking at budget-wise for campsites?
  7. CaminoDeChristiano

    Camino Vagabondes

    I completely get what you mean. I loved every moment of the CF - it was like a nomadic community that reunites every day. I'm definitely torn - I'd like the experience of the coast but I'm aware that 30 days through France followed by the Norte could be quite lonely 😂
  8. CaminoDeChristiano

    Camino Vagabondes

    This is class mate - thank you so much. While I have you...what were you looking at budget wise in completing these sections? I guess I'm hoping to wild camp where I can get away with it to make up money for accommodation when I can
  9. CaminoDeChristiano

    Camino Vagabondes

    Hi David, Thanks for this great advice. I'll definitely get around to doing so over the coming days.
  10. CaminoDeChristiano

    Camino Vagabondes

    Hi everyone, What's the craic? My name is Chris - from Ireland and currently planning my 2nd Camino. The plan is to walk from my front door to Dublin Port, hop on a ferry to Cherbourg, walk through France, and onward to Santiago via the Camino Norte. In Summer 2022, I had an amazing time...
  11. CaminoDeChristiano

    Looking for Camino Amigos

    Thanks a lot mate.
  12. CaminoDeChristiano

    Looking for Camino Amigos

    Hi everyone My name is Chris, I'm 29 and from just outside Dublin, Ireland. I'll be leaving SJPDP on 1st July and doing the Camino solo. Anybody else in the same boat on the same date? Let me know and we'll grab a coffee ☕️

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