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Certainly not systematically and not always in the evening.
Try this where you live. Walk to a location on a remote country road between two small towns. Then try to explain to the dispatcher (if you have cell phone coverage) where it is that you are located.
Made the same experience.Double check that the bus stop is the correct one. We waited for a bus at Hospital de Orbigos at the designated bus stop on the main Street which never arrived. Later found out that every second day the bus route is along the next street. Not even the bus timetable on the shelter gave us that information.
Just to clarify. Gronze.com is a website and does not have an app. Rome2Rio.com has a website and an app.Take the Gronze.com app and Rome2Rio apps.
For newcomers I wanted to explain that taxis will often advertise with little signs on poles, etc. (Sometimes to an annoying extent.) Also, we found that you can usually ask in the local bar about taxi service and they'll know if one is available. And there usually is, at least on the Frances, and they'll call for you. Taxis don't seem to be as readily available on the Norte. One time on the Norte, we'd found ourselves walking a lot further than expected and had foot problems. We asked in a restaurant about a taxi to take us the last 10 kilometers and the owner said it would be too expensive to take a taxi because the taxi would have to come from pretty far away. Then he thought a minute and said "Come on. Get in my car. I'll take you."Try this where you live. Walk to a location on a remote country road between two small towns. Then try to explain to the dispatcher (if you have cell phone coverage) where it is that you are located.
Now imagine doing that in Spanish.
There are not ranks of taxis waiting in every village on the camino in the hopes of getting a fare from a pilgrim. If you're going to walk be prepared to walk the full distance.
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