dislp38 said:I'm planning my Camino in April too (if all goes well) and I'm a single Female too. I was hoping not to take so much "heavy" clothes.
sillydoll said:One thing to remember is that you can only stay one night in a pilgrim albergue - especially in the cities and bigger towns. However, some of the smaller shelters will allow you to stay longer, and might even welcome it if you offer to help out with the cooking!
MermaidLilli said:Wow, Ginn, 43 days!! You can just mosey!! But if you find you are getting to the end quicker than expected, think about adding another route. How wonderful for you. And the time is near.
I will be there in May....somewhere.
lynnejohn said:It's an April Camino for me as well.
Yes.... I did. I encountered some very cold, wet weather and even snow on the high ground near Le Puy and crossing the Aubrac Plateau. A week later in Conques it was 30C+. But you need to be prepared for the possibility of a cold snap in April, judging by my experience! Even in June last year, on the Meseta some days the wind was bitterly cold.colinPeter said:
colinPeter said:ps. Any pics of the lj's & shorts?