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hospitaleros

  1. 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...
  2. sillydoll

    2017 2-DAY HOSPITALEROS VOLUNTARIOS TRAINING COURSE

    2017 2-DAY HOSPITALEROS VOLUNTARIOS TRAINING COURSE DATE: 4/5 FEBRUARY PLACE: WESTVILLE - DURBAN (Beds will be found for pilgrims coming from out of town) Numbers limited Contact: amawalkerscamino@mweb.co.za
  3. S

    Albergues in Galicia

    Just returned from walking the Via de la Plata /Sanabres and found that the role of the hospitaleros in municipal albergues in Galicia much changed. They only turn up briefly in the evening and often at a time when pilgrims may well be out eating (at say 7.30pm). Also, the albergue at Outeiro...
  4. williamlittig

    Giving Back

    Small things can help us all. If you are preparing to walk a Camino, consider bringing and donating a small translation dictionary . Spanish/English Frenck/Spanish , Hungarian/Spanish, most of us have copies at home that are duplicates or unused. The first Albergue will probably be well equiped...
  5. J

    Do all albergues have hospitaleros

    Hi Can someone tell me if all albergues (How do you pronounce that by the way) have hospitaleros? Do I need to phone before arriving? Do they all speak english (unfortunately I don't speak any spanish). thanks Jarlath


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