On all three of my Caminos, I traveled with hidden money belt.
Took about 2,000 Euros Cash and both a credit card and a debit card.
Kept day's cash in my vest. So would not have to take off money belt frequently
Since I kept my passport in my Back pack with my Pigrim Credential Booklet.- I had...
Does anyone know of high quality books, websites or other resources about moving to or retiring in Spain or Portugal?
Many of the websites I’ve seen seem pretty questionable, at least amateurish if not downright scammy.
So far the books I’ve found aren’t much better. For example, I was just...
Ok... so here's a funny question for those of you who may be more in the know as local inhabitants in Spain.
I am about to receive my new Irish passport and I am on along-term "remote work" arrangement so I am looking at the possibility of heading to the Castille-y-Leon area west of Astorga...
Would love to go now that places are opening up, but the cautious side of me (very attached to my wallet) says I should wait until there is better travel insurance.
Has anyone found suitable (EU) travel insurance that reflects the change in travel
I am considering a walking Trip on the Camino toward the end of this year and I am wondering about medical travel insurance.
Now that the Covid 19 is a pre-existing condition or situation I am wondering if it is possible to protect myself with some insurance while away?
I fear that if I go and...
Can I please have the names of some of the best overseas travel insurance policies while walking the Camino Santiago? Anything special to look for in the policy? Deductibles? Exclusions? I am looking to start the walk mid April. Thanks!
I am looking for advice and recommendations on purchasing travel insurance that covers pre-existing conditions, such as MS or heart conditions. (Not for me, but for some friends who aren't on this forum).
I have seen posts categorical stating that you should have health insurance, but very few mentions of company names. I did see a mention of AMA and I used Allianz last year when I walked the Camino. Does anyone have any input on the better Travel Health Insurance plans? I would...
I dont suppose anyone knows about how Filipino can do Camino? its not for me as I am English its for my girlfriend who lives in Philippines.
I have found this website https://www.schengenvisainfo.com and emailed firstname.lastname@example.org but I would like to sponsor her to complete Camino...
One month to my Lebaniego and I am very excited!
I always purchase travel insurance before I go anywhere. In previous caminos, the normal coverage was fine. For this trip in particular, considering the terrain of the Lebaniego, should I add the "mountaineering" extra to my insurance?
As many people are gearing up to walk right now, I'm bumping these two threads:
In just over a month I'm going to be booking plane tickets for my upcoming Camino, and I've heard that one should purchase travel insurance at the same time. I'm planning to, but I have no idea where to buy the insurance from or even where to start looking. Can anybody offer up some...
Please check your travel insurance carefully .
On 6th August 2018 i booked my flight to Seville to start the VdLP ,so whilst on the Ryanair website i also took out their travel insurance without knowing my return date until i verified a couple of things . On 20th August i booked a return flight...
We cruise a lot and always purchase trip insurance. As my husband is retired military and we have tri-care I’m thinking we should purchase insurance for our walk. Walking from St.Jean in September. Any thoughts?
I am 71 and am going on the Camino in two weeks. I tried to get travel and medical insurance through "Insuremytrip" and was told that they don't insure anyone over 69. I then contacted Travel Guard. I looked up the ratings and they were terrible. Mostly that they don't pay for much of...