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  1. Camino Inglès - Best Walking Days!

    Camino Inglès - Best Walking Days!

    I did my Camino de Santiago "Camino Inglès", 1-6 August 2019, from Ferrol to Santiago, about 120 km, this song kept me on track during all the stages until I reached Santiago...
  2. R

    Pre-booking for albergues Camino Ingles June 2019?

    Hello A friend and I are hoping to walk the Camino Ingles next week (starting June 8th). We've booked accommodation in la Coruna/Ferrol and Santiago de Compostela for the end, and we were planning on using the albergues along the route. We were not planning on pre-booking at all, and just...
  3. Saranger

    Anyone else walking the Camino Ingles May 8-14?

    Is anyone else walking the Camino Ingles May 8-14? Also, if anyone will be in A Coruna going to Ferrol on May 7, let's talk. Can't wait to get back to the Camino! Buen Camino!
  4. Drew1578

    Men's convertable hiking pants

    Howdy - I'll be leaving from Ferrol on May 5th and I'm slowing getting all my gear together. I was considering taking two pairs of shorts along with one pair of convertible pants (and a pair of rain pants) for the trip, but having spent the last couple of days researching what pants are out...
  5. The start of the Camino Ingles

    The start of the Camino Ingles

  6. L

    sello in A Coruña

    Where can I get the sello in A Coruña if I only have time early in the morning (until ~10am)
  7. jdriver

    Anyone get the “A Coruña” Compostela

    Hi all! Planning on my second Camino (July 2019) this time with my thirteen year old son and a college friend. While I am excited to share this experience with them, we are also trying to fit other places in as this will be my friend’s first trip to Europe and we have a limited amount of time...
  8. A

    Luggage-forwarding services Camino Ingles

    Hi all Myself and a friend are walking the Camino Ingles from Ferrol to Santiago in July. As we'd rather not carry our bags with us everyday, I've researched a few baggage-forwarding services recommended on other forums etc. However, the companies I've researched don't seem to cover some of...
  9. mylifeonvacation

    The First Mile of the Camino Inglés

    There's a new publication called "The First Mile of the Camino Inglés", highlighting 21 interesting landmarks on the first mile of the English Way from Ferrol. A friend sent me the English version so I thought it would be nice to share for those planning their trip...
  10. C

    Starting the Ingles on 5th May

    Hi all, After a late night flight into A Coruña I am planning to start the Ingles from Ferrol on the 5th May. Curious to know if anyone else has plans to do the Ingles around the same time. Aim will be to walk on through Santiago to Finisterre & Muxía.
  11. J

    Albergues open in Dec on Camino Ingles?

    Hi there, Im thinking of doing the Coruna Camino Ingles in early Dec, and was wondering how to find out if the Albergues will be open. Many thanks, Jim
  12. leicoppes

    Camino Ingles

    Are there between Neda and Pontedeume places to sleep?
  13. JohnnieWalker

    New route from Leiro to Hospital de Bruma/Meson do Vento

    Camino Ingles - new route from Leiro to Bruma. For those soon walking the Camino Ingles I'd like to reassure you about this new route - I think it is excellent and of great benefit to pilgrims. Although there is still the elevation it is over a much longer distance and therefore is much more...
  14. gollygolly

    Camino Ingles - return of the marker stones (moines)

    We have just completed our walk from Salisbury to Winchester and then to Canterbury, which was then followed by walking the Camino Ingles from La Coruña. I intend to write up about this when time allows, but thought that I would share the very welcome news that the marker stones (moines) are...
  15. Susanjaga

    The Camino Ingles 2017-07-18

    This book helps you to set a practical goal to walk the Camino and achieve it, by showing you exactly how to: Walk the Camino Ingles, a Galician route as old as the Camino Frances Prepare your mind, body and feet to enjoy the long walk Pack and what to discard to travel light Plan your travel...
  16. natefaith

    Camino Inglés - 7 Days

    Hola! I just finished the Camino Inglés today. Overall it was exactly what I needed as far as a time of personal retreat and contemplation, for which I'm grateful. The weather was perfect for walking and everything was in bloom at this time of year (without triggering any allergies!) and until...
  17. natefaith

    Betanzos - Bruma Bus Accessibility

    Hola a todos, In July I'll walk from Ferrol to Santiago, Lord willing. For various reasons I'll walk from Pontedeume to Betanzos, stay the night, walk as far as I can the next day toward Hospital de Bruma, then go back to Betanzos to stay a second night. The following day I'd like to get...
  18. Susan B Johnson

    Where to stay in Bruma--AKA a Camino highlight

    My family and I hiked from Ferrol to Santiago the end of May 2017, so we needed lodging close to the Camino. We were looking for a place that was clean, comfortable, and quiet so we could rest. We also wanted something reasonably priced. O Meson Novo was all that and more! (PR Ó Mesón NovoPR...
  19. R

    Camping on Camino ingles?

    Doing the Camino ingles starting June 22. We are taking a tent, etc and hoping we can do ninja camping. Is it allowed on the Camino ingles?
  20. J Willhaus

    Winter Camino Ingles

    In summer 2016 my husband and I walked the CF for 45 days. In winter 2017 we want to come back to Spain in December and walk the CI and the last 100 km of the CF. We had to stop just 3 days short of Santiago last summer because my husband became very ill with food poisoning so he wants some...

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