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  1. Z

    Traveling with family and friends

    I travelled my first camino (Francés) on my own in 2014 from SJPdP to Santiago. I met wonderful friends and enjoyed the special ways I learned about myself while I was there "alone". Next year, my husband and my brother want to go with me on the Camino. I would have preferred another route...
  2. Joseph_MT

    Camino Family - April 2017

    I travelled alone to SJPdP to what I thought was going to be my solo journey, however from Day 1 found a wonderful family who welcomed me with open arms, we've looked for each other, cared for each other, shared lots of stories and experiences together. This is what the Camino is all about...
  3. Thetravelingfamily

    Family of four preparing for 3rd Camino Trek

    Hello All! As we prepare for our third trek across the Camino, I wanted to get ideas and thoughts on how the Camino Frances Route has changed in the past few years. We covered the first 250 miles with our then 6 and 8 year old (2011). Then we returned with our 8 and 10 year old (2013) to over...
  4. C

    Booking hotels in Advance for May

    Hello! My husband and I met on the Camino Frances 4 years ago and now are planning to do the Coastal Portuguese Way in May 2017, carrying our then one year old daughter. As we will have a baby with us, we are planning to stay in hotels along the way rather than hostels. I think we should plan...
  5. P

    What you need the camino provides.

    Today the 10 of may 2016 it is 1 year since I took my first steps out of SJPdP on the road to Santiago. After posting here and putting my name on the calender, I was ready to go on the camino and meet my camino family. But my biggest fear was that I was going to end up walking alone. Or walking...
  6. Catholic Deacon

    Albergues - open?

    Hi all. We are starting from Ferrol on Sunday March 20th. We have two children aged 9 and 14 and was hoping because of this to stay in pre-booked accommodation. However as it is the Easter holidays, many hotels etc seemed to fully booked. Will the Albergues be open at this time of year and is...
  7. Camino with Kids

    Walking with large family

    Hi. My husband and I and 5 or 6 of our children (ages 12 to 28) are walking the Camino Ingles at the end of August 2016. We fly into Coruna and have booked accommodations for 2 days in Ferrol to get over our jet lag (we are coming from Canada). Then we want to walk over 6 days but everything...
  8. Jeff Volk

    Bodhi On The Way: Le Puy to Finisterra, July-Nov. 2015 with a 2 yr. old

    Hello all, We are a young family (American-English) who have recently completed the 1000-mile Le Puy-Finisterra walk. We undertook the pilgrimage with a Chariot jogger as our primary equipment, but also carried a balance bike with us for the duration of the walk, which proved to be invaluable...
  9. D

    First Camino (with kids)- wondering best route...?

    Hi All, My family and I, including kids aged 11 and 9 are wanting to walk for a week in April. We are wondering is Sarria to Santiago a good section to do or perhaps the Pyrenees St Jean Pied de Port to Pamplona? We are hoping for about a week's walking and really want to feel the spirit of the...
  10. Mom2rbdl

    traveling with a family

    Our family of six is planning to walk Camino France this summer. Our children are 10-17. We are in the beginning stages of our planning. I would love to hear from others who have done this with children/as a family. Any and all tips and advice welcome. Thanks so much.
  11. Marstein

    How is the path, stroller-wise

    Hi, I and my wife are planning to do the camino, hopefully next year and we plan to start with the camino ingles since we are also bringing our two children (at the time, next june) almost 2 years and almost 3,5 years. We have an very good travelling/sports/skiing/jogging-stroller, Nordiccab...
  12. F

    Notes on a family's Camino Ingles in August 2009

    We recently walked to Santiago along the Camino Ingles using John Walker’s (JW) useful guide. It truly was like having somebody showing us the way and the information contained in it made our pilgrimage that much easier. We set off on Monday 3rd August and we were incredibly lucky with the...
  13. J

    12 year olds on the camino...2013

    Bringing a Child Question Hello again all, thank you for your help so far! I have another question. My three daughters (all in their 20s) and myself will be walking together. Two of them and I will be walking from SJPP with the third joining us in (S) for the last week of the walk. She...

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