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Nada J

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The Camino Forum has provided me with information, support, inspiration and a lifeline during this wretched pandemic. Thank you to Ivar for the contribution you have made to all of us.🥰🥰 The Forum helped me plan for the Camino Frances which I walked in 2018. Somehow, I walked the Camino Frances for the first time in 2009 without knowing about the Forum but I sure learned a lot and was better prepared in 2018 because of the Forum.

So, with great anticipation, I have decided to walk the Via de la Plata starting on April 18, 2022 after spending 4 days at Easter in Sevilla. I don't know whether I found this website on my own or through the Forum, but boy, it sure has provided me with a wealth of information as I plan my stages for the Via de la Plata. So, to give back to the Forum, in case this resource isn't familiar with some of you, here is the website link... https://www.elcaminoconcorreos.com/.

Buen Camino to all those who plan on walking a Camino in 2022.
 
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The Camino Forum has provided me with information, support, inspiration and a lifeline during this wretched pandemic. Thank you to Ivar for the contribution you have made to all of us.🥰🥰 The Forum helped me plan for the Camino Frances which I walked in 2018. Somehow, I walked the Camino Frances for the first time in 2009 without knowing about the Forum but I sure learned a lot and was better prepared in 2018 because of the Forum.

So, with great anticipation, I have decided to walk the Via de la Plata starting on April 18, 2022 after spending 4 days at Easter in Sevilla. I don't know whether I found this website on my own or through the Forum, but boy, it sure has provided me with a wealth of information as I plan my stages for the Via de la Plata. So, to give back to the Forum, in case this resource isn't familiar with some of you, here is the website link... https://www.elcaminoconcorreos.com/.

Buen Camino to all those who plan on walking a Camino in 2022.
Isn't this a great site!! I totally agree. Thanks Ivar and all the moderators who give such sage advice,
I will also be walking the VDLP next April, starting on the 8th. I would have loved to be in Seville over Easter but as I have already booked my flight, I will hopefully be in Merida that weekend. I will check out your weblink. Buen Camino to you!
 

alexwalker

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(2009): Camino Frances
(2011): Sevilla-Salamanca, VdlP
(2012): Salamanca-SdC, VdlP
(2014): SJpdP-Astorga
(2015): Astorga-SdC
(2016) May Pamplona-Moratinos; Sept.:Burgos-SdC
(2016): August/Sept: Camino San Olav (Burgos-Covarubbias), Burgos-Sarria
(2017): May: Portuguese; Sept: Pamplona-SdC
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Porto to SdC-Sept 2017
Camino Frances-Apr/May 2019

koknesis

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CF 2014
CA&CS 2015
VdlP 2017
CP 2018
CM 2019
Well… most importantly it strongly advertises “Contrata el transporte de tu mochila en el Camino de Santiago😁 so, thanks for letting know this option

So far the best for the planing stages and sleeps have been www.gronze.com and godesalco.com
 
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Opa Theo

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Camino Francais to Santiago
The Camino Forum has provided me with information, support, inspiration and a lifeline during this wretched pandemic. Thank you to Ivar for the contribution you have made to all of us.🥰🥰 The Forum helped me plan for the Camino Frances which I walked in 2018. Somehow, I walked the Camino Frances for the first time in 2009 without knowing about the Forum but I sure learned a lot and was better prepared in 2018 because of the Forum.

So, with great anticipation, I have decided to walk the Via de la Plata starting on April 18, 2022 after spending 4 days at Easter in Sevilla. I don't know whether I found this website on my own or through the Forum, but boy, it sure has provided me with a wealth of information as I plan my stages for the Via de la Plata. So, to give back to the Forum, in case this resource isn't familiar with some of you, here is the website link... https://www.elcaminoconcorreos.com/.

Buen Camino to all those who plan on walking a Camino in 2022.
Did you enjoy the 4 days in Sevilla during Easter?
 

Nada J

New Member
Past OR future Camino
(2009)(2018)
Well… most importantly it strongly advertises “Contrata el transporte de tu mochila en el Camino de Santiago😁 so, thanks for letting know this option

So far the best for the planing stages and sleeps have been www.gronze.com and godesalco.com
For sure the two sites you mentioned nare very good resources.
Well… most importantly it strongly advertises “Contrata el transporte de tu mochila en el Camino de Santiago😁 so, thanks for letting know this option

So far the best for the planing stages and sleeps have been www.gronze.com and godesalco.com
For sure, the two sites you mentioned are great resources. For the "Correos" site, under each stage you need to click "see more" and you will get detailed directions and lots of great tips of what to see. Plus accommodation suggestions.
 

kulkija

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2020
I have recently returned from the VDLP, walked from Seville to Merida. I enjoyed walking that section of the VDLP very much. On the way, I found the Wise Pilgrim app very useful, especially the map of the app. Even though the waymarking was mostly very good, in some places I missed the arrows. And in some rare sections, there was not much waymarking (for example, after Torremejia). In those situations I was always able to check from the Wise Pilgrim map whether I am on the Camino route or which direction to choose. It gave much confidence on walking alone.
 
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Porto to SdC-Sept 2017
Camino Frances-Apr/May 2019
I have recently returned from the VDLP, walked from Seville to Merida. I enjoyed walking that section of the VDLP very much. On the way, I found the Wise Pilgrim app very useful, especially the map of the app. Even though the waymarking was mostly very good, in some places I missed the arrows. And in some rare sections, there was not much waymarking (for example, after Torremejia). In those situations I was always able to check from the Wise Pilgrim map whether I am on the Camino route or which direction to choose. It gave much confidence on walking alone.
Thanks for the info and I'll download the app once I make space on my phone... too many hiking and grandkid photos! Thanks for sharing.
 
Past OR future Camino
2017 - Camino Frances
2019 - Camino Portugues
The Camino Forum has provided me with information, support, inspiration and a lifeline during this wretched pandemic. Thank you to Ivar for the contribution you have made to all of us.🥰🥰 The Forum helped me plan for the Camino Frances which I walked in 2018. Somehow, I walked the Camino Frances for the first time in 2009 without knowing about the Forum but I sure learned a lot and was better prepared in 2018 because of the Forum.

So, with great anticipation, I have decided to walk the Via de la Plata starting on April 18, 2022 after spending 4 days at Easter in Sevilla. I don't know whether I found this website on my own or through the Forum, but boy, it sure has provided me with a wealth of information as I plan my stages for the Via de la Plata. So, to give back to the Forum, in case this resource isn't familiar with some of you, here is the website link... https://www.elcaminoconcorreos.com/.

Buen Camino to all those who plan on walking a Camino in 2022.
Awesome. Yes, that is a very good resource, one of many we used to plot our first two Caminos. I am a moderator on a FB site "Hiking the Camino and the World" (check it out) and based on the number of new member requests, 2022 may be an incredibly busy year along the Camino routes. I planned to walk del Norte solo in 2020 for a birthday milestone, but COVID changed that. Based on how busy Santiago de Compostela might be next year, I am considering shifting gears and walking the Via Francigena from Canterbury England to Rome ... let me see how ambitious I get. Buen Camino,
 

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