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  1. whyteway

    Volunteer on Camino

    Hola, I walked the Camino Frances last year and am trying to return to volunteer at St.Anton Albergue. Getting a visa from Australia to stay long term in Spain is near impossible. Does anyone have any suggestions how I can get a long term visa for Spain??? Mucho grasias Anthony
  2. Tanoli

    Need Your Prayers !!

    Hello everyone, I just wanted to share my story, so far and see what advice, feedback and prayers i get in return that might help us. So I live in NY. Last year, me and my wife decided we want to walk the camino frances. the long planning began..with all the...
  3. biloute

    Gaining more time? (Non-Europeans)

    I'm planning a through hike of both the Le Puy route and the Camino Francés, possibly for next year. We're hiking and biking more to try and get in shape ahead of time, and I've planned out the route (would take approximately 76 days, including rest days) but it doesn't leave a whole lot of...
  4. jirit

    You may need more than a credencial to walk the camino

    If you are American or Canadian please take note. The European Union executive is considering whether to make U.S. and Canadian citizens apply for visas before traveling to the bloc, a move that could raise tensions as Brussels negotiates a trade pact with Washington. To learn more...
  5. cookie139

    Schengen Visa Issues!

    Hi there! This is 'Cookie' from India. I intend to walk the Camino Frances this September. I got my plane tickets till Paris and now am in the process of getting the Schengen Visa. Which by no means, has been fun! :( The Spain Consulate in Mumbai, India, requires an 'invitation letter' sent by...


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