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2015

  1. Wokabaut_Meri

    2016 Happy New Year

    Before I get caught up in our (quiet and understated) New Year celebrations, I've taken a moment to reflect upon my year and my Camino... wonderful memories of an extraordinary walk... and my Camino continues still... I'd also like to acknowledge all the help, wisdom and support on this Forum...
  2. S

    Suggestions for a rookie :)

    Good day, I'll happen to have some free days in October, from 4th to 15th, and I have serious thoughts about spending them on the Camino Frances (a long dream of mine!) (I'm fitted, I like to trek but never had such an experience before.) Now my question is: what would be the best way to use...
  3. J

    Lisbon to Santiago Sept 2015

    I'll be blogging our Portuguese Camino as we walk an average of 20km per day. Not sure if I've done sufficient training or sorted my foot problems but it is what it is! The link is www.8feetforward.wordpress.com There's already an account of our Camino Frances from last year and a preparatory...
  4. L

    nov 2015 camino frances

    Hello there! A friend and I are looking to start our camino in nov of this year..so two females mid 20s to early 30s...I'm wondering if anyone else is going at this time so we can have some traveler friends due to the growing concern about female travelers and the suggesting of going in groups...
  5. Sandra S

    2015 NOVEMBER PEREGRINOS

    Hi all! I'll be starting the Camino Frances from SJPP on November the 10th, 2015, and have been inspired by these fabulous threads to begin a list of pilgrims who are walking at around the same time (including late October 2015 and early December 2015, given we'll likely cross paths). My hope...
  6. Jade Ulrich

    Too cold to walk in October? Too deserted for a woman alone?

    Do plenty of people walk the Camino through the end of October? I am unsure as to whether or not the beginning of October is considered the "winter" people avoid walking during. I fly into Paris on September 17th and plan to make my way down to Saint Jean Pied De Port no later than September...
  7. MickPetz

    Late-August 2015 Camino

    Hello fellow pilgrims, A little over a month until I start my journey on the Camino Frances. I fly from California to Paris, then making my way south. I'm currently planning on leaving St. Jean Pied de Port on Friday, Aug 20, with hopes of making it to Finisterre or Muxia; however, I'm open to...
  8. futurefjp

    here's to sharing a glass of vin, pan et fromage.

    Hi guys, Sort notice, but I'm heading to Montpellier on the 18th June. Will head to Arles for a night before heading West for a couple of weeks - I fly out from Rodez on 3rd July - it would be lovely to share a little of the way with Pilgrims 'other' if they're choosing this time too?
  9. A

    Camino del Norte from Santander

    Hi All, After reading many forum posts i decided to walk the Camino del Norte. I'll start my first camino in Santander on march 2. I'm planning to follow the camino del Norte for 10 days until i reach Oviedo where i'll switch to the Camino Primitivo. I'm planning 26 days for Santander to...
  10. jirit

    250,000 pilgrims in the year 2015

    Time for some wild ass guess (wag) predictions for the new year! Due to demographic, social and economics reasons, 2015 will be the year that over 250,000 pilgrims (and as many as 275,000) will arrive into Santiago and receive their Compostela. During the peak season from mid April through to...


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