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  1. Eliza.c

    Walking the Camino Ingles Solo In February or March

    I would like to walk the Camino Ingles sometime in between mid Feb and mid March. I have a few questions if anyone would be kind enough to advise: Am I likely to meet a few other pilgrims along the way? Although I want to walk on my own for some headspace I don’t want to feel too isolated. I...
  2. cassieryle

    Baby on the Camino - my takeaways

    Hello Pilgrims, We just returned from completing the Ingles with our six-month old baby boy. We actually started in Ireland, then flew to Spain to connect with the Ingles. This is called the 'Celtic Camino,' and we did about 170km total. He was no stranger to the Camino - last year while walking...
  3. happymarkos

    Is a sleeping bag needed in September on the Ingles?

    Hello, planning to walk this old though short Camino starting 9 September from Ferrol and wondering if a sleeping bag is required? Will have a silk liner to sleep in and not sure if the albergues provide blankets or not. Have been caught out once on the Portuguese and slept with all my clothes...
  4. RumAndChupacabras

    Churches on The Ingles

    Are there not as many churches on the Ingles as perhaps, other Caminos (relatively, of course)? 🤔 After looking through a few guides and online, I don't want to assume that churches might be a bit sparse because, I really luv visiting them.
  5. Saranger

    Sleeping bag or liner only on Inglés in May?

    Walking the Inglés with a friend in early May. Planning to stay at 3 albergues (Neda, Presedo and Bruma). For those who have walked it, would you recommend a sleeping bag or will a liner be enough? Any other tips or advice would be appreciated. Thanks and Buen Camino!
  6. Drew1578

    Bitten by the (idea of walking the) Camino bug - 5/6/7 days. Need some advice.

    First off howdy - I'm new to the forum - found it by chance the other day while researching the Camino. From what I've seen so far this seems like a great community with a huge wealth of knowledge. I've wanted to walk the Camino for years, but never thought I would get a chance (the Frances...
  7. Aveu

    Holy mass

    I need information about Holy Mass in churches on english way. Especially i'm interested in stage between presedo and hospital de bruma. Can anybody help me? Thanks in advance, Pawel
  8. M

    How do we get to Ferrol?

    Hello, I'm currently in Bordeaux, France, and would like to walk the Camino Ingles in April, starting from Ferrol. I've looked at train websites, but can't find any timetables for trains to Ferrol. How are others planning to get there? Is there an airport near Ferrol? Thank you!
  9. C3 to Camino

    The Ingles - This might just work out...

    I am surely getting ahead of myself, but I learned yesterday that I will likely be visiting Galicia for a month next year (end July-end August), and will be staying near Ferrol. If I can get myself walking with my walking sticks (I have to use a walker now), I just might be able to do the...
  10. OzAnnie

    ? Getting to Ferrol from Oviedo?

    Hi Could anyone provide advice on how to get from Oviedo to Ferrol please. I'm volunteering at Grado on the Primitivo for first half of June - (so will get back to Oviedo after that I guess )and had thought of walking the Inglés and possibly to Finistere. - if that route is too roundabout to...
  11. C

    Sleeping bags for Camino Ingles?

    We are first timers planning to walk the Camino Ingles in a few weeks. I've heard different things about whether you need a sleeping bag if you are staying in the albergues. Is there central heating, or is it more basic than that? We weren't planning to bring bags but perhaps that's a choice we...
  12. Charlie Perry

    Live - Camino Ingles Bruma to Santiago

    I've just got back from doing the Ingles and have a bit of feedback on this leg. I ignored Johnnie Walker's advice to split this leg in two and instead took Perazzoli's and Whitson's suggestion of walking the 40km from Bruma to Santiago in one go. I really should have trusted Johnnie as I'm...
  13. K

    Camping on the Primitivo/Ingles in April or May

    Hi All, I walked two of the Caminos a year ago and absolutely loved it but had a terrible time sleeping in the albergues. Despite ear plugs and even sleeping pills the reality is I am just a light sleeper. I can not afford to book hotels or private rooms the whole trip so was thinking of...
  14. deni

    Camino Franglés

    Hi all, I’m planning to walk the Camino Frances as far as Sarria next month and then intend to take public transport to A Coruña in order to follow the Camino Inglés. I’m curious to know if this is likely to cause any Compostela difficulties in Santiago as the last 100km will be partly by train...
  15. David Egglestone

    8 Days on the Camino Ingles?

    I am meeting a friend in Madrid then we are planning to walk for 8 days. She has never walked before on camino. We want to end in SdC. Any ideas what is a reasonable expectation for a place to start? We are walking from August 28, I arrive in Madrid on the 27th, and she needs to be back in...

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