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  1. L

    Scared of freezing to death on Camino in Fall!

    HI! My husband and I will be walking the Camino in September and October. This is my first time. I get cold easily. (My fingers and toes get painfully cold!) He does not. He's been on the Camino before during the same months. What he recommends as far as clothing may not be warm enough for me. I...
  2. J

    September weather and sleeping bags

    Hi all My Husband and I are planning on walking the last 200km (or at least the last 10 days to Santiago) in mid September 2018. Planning on walking about 18 to 25km a day. Does anyone have any suggestions on a good place to start? In terms of weather, how cold it will get? I am from South...
  3. falcon269

    Statistics September 2017

    At mid-September it did not look like this year would eclipse the record set last year for September, but numbers have stayed high while they began to decline toward the end of the month in 2016, so I think that 2017 will beat 2016 by a few hundred, and set a new record. It will be more than...
  4. Jenny267

    Logrono 4 and 5 September

    For those around Los Arcos and Lograno on 4th and 5th September, there is a stage of La Vuelta a Espana being run on the 5th between roughly Los Arcos and Logrono starting at 1.30pm. It's a cycle race, approx 200 riders from what I can see, cycling on the NA1110 and A12. There is a rest day in...
  5. C

    Seniors on the Camino

    I will be walking from Sarria starting September 1, 2017. I am a woman 71 years old. Are there any other seniors who will be on the Camino during that time?
  6. AlexanderAZ

    Sept 2017 CF...need timing input

    Planning to do SJPdP to Fisterra with my Dad mid-Sept (2017) start. We are not bound by an external schedule. I'm having a bit of difficulty in figuring out the exact number of days so we can purchase our plane tickets. We are both in excellent health and very active although we want to roll at...
  7. P

    Camino Português in October

    Hi to everyone. Two years ago I did the Camino Frances in January. I knew exactly that I needed winter dresses. Now I'm planning to do the Camino Português next end of September or in October, from Lisboa to Santiago. I don't understand at all if I need summer or winter dresses. I have got only...
  8. LisaM

    Rain in September along Camino portugues

    Can anyone tell me how much rain there might be in September between Lisbon and Santiago? I have good quality waterproof pants which are much heavier than a cheaper pair that I have which is not very comfortable. If it rains regularly, I am thinking it would be better to have the comfortable...
  9. Ryan Alexander

    Any tips/recommendations for a vegan Camino Francés?

    I will be walking the camino in Sept, I don't eat animal products, any advice or recommendations from others who share the same beliefs or have relevant insight on the matter? Maybe you have walked the route... Thankyou
  10. M

    Camino from Dublin in September

    Hello, I'm embarking on my very first Camino from Dublin, and will be due to arrive in Santiago airport on 24th September. I hope to walk for 7-9 days for my first Camino and am looking for recommendations on where to start from. Outside of booking flights (which was done very spontaneously...
  11. nonami

    2016 September/October Peregrinos Departures

    (Please note I will be leaving home for my Camino on 5th September Sydney Australia time. Depending on internet connections, it may take a few days for me to add your name to the list after this date. It will be done!) If you are starting your Camino during the months of September or October...
  12. lady danglebury

    Starting Porto 1/2nd Sept

    Hi, flying into Lisbon on the early morning of 1st Sept, getting train up to Porto (still to plan that) Should i stay in Porto one night and start out on 2nd? Plan to do coastal/beach route but go inland to get up high sometimes. Does anyone know if it is easy to go cross-country between...
  13. SafariGirl

    Will I be warm enough?

    Hola amigo/as, Can you share your views please? I leave SJPP in a week & am just beginning to wonder if I'm going to be warm enough. To keep weight down I'm taking short & long-sleeved tech-tees, a micro fleece & a very thin waterproof jacket. My plan was to layer & generate body heat by...
  14. Connor

    September 2015, Camino Tips

    Hello everyone, Any advice on doing the Camino during September, early October? When do a majority of albergues close? Are the Temps cooling down? and any other general advice is welcome. Thanks for the help
  15. 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...
  16. Gipsy Moon

    Starting El Norte from Biarritz - Suggestions please

    Hi Everyone, Arriving in Biarritz Airport 23 August mid afternoon, would truly welcome any suggestion on how to start from there to El Norte Camino (then Primitivo) Spending the night in Biarritz doesnt seem mandatory to me (not extra rush either)... ? Where to start walk or stay on...
  17. aliwalks

    Clothing in September

    hello everyone, I am walking from Ponferrada starting September 8th, do I need long pants and also rain gear? Any help would be appreciated, buen camino Aliwalks
  18. Griffin57

    2015 SEPTEMBER PILGRIMS

    Hola Pilgrims! You may see another thread by Deadfred? his is 2016, I am going to start a list for this year please let me know if you would like to be added. It was a great thread last year, you could see the other names around you and I did meet some pilgrims on the Camino that I 'met' here...
  19. J

    Looking for people I met Aug/Sep 2014

    Hey there, I would absolutely love to reconnect with the following people I met on the Primitivo during Aug/Sep 2014: Maya and Tai, sister & brother from Israel (hint: onion soup and story of trying to buy a donkey) Wendy from Arizona, USA (hint: fire in Borres) JuanJo from Barcelona, Spain...
  20. David Egglestone

    crazy september

    Hi I am currently in Burgos on track according to Brierley. The camino is crazy atm with many people getting up as early as 3 in the morning to ensure they get a bed. The bus station is full of pilgrims hopping to Leon. I am cycling to Astorga starting today so I can experience the meseta but...


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