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falcon269 said:A Quebecoise I met walked from Le Puy to Finisterre on peanut butter and bread.
newfydog said:Remember, the Camino does not go from SJPP to Santiago, it is a network of trials
Bella.H.24 said:Hola all,
adding to this topic just to say that I will be beginning my camino in ONE MONTHS TIME! (eek!) and am planning on budgetting around 10-15 euros a day INCLUDING accomodation.
I have made a list of all the cheapest Albergue's for each place I will stay in, and so hopefully, with a lot of frugal-ness, this plan shall succeed.
To be honest, being a poor unemployed graduate, I don't have a lot of choice in the matter, once I run out of money, I run out of money, but I am more than happy to go the 'sleeping in a yard and eating peanut-butter and bread' way if need be :wink:
Besides, I feel it will all add to the experience. It's only for five weeks, I can go back to gorging myself once I'm back home with Mum's cooking!
Keep the faith!
fortview said:Hi jadidmasihi,
It would be very difficult to give you "the number as a whole" without knowing more about you, like how long you are going to take, where you are coming from, where you intend to stay, how much you eat ( and drink !) etc.
It's easier to say , roughly, how much you need on a daily basis, which varies depending on who answers you., but could be around 25 to 30 euros.
Sorry not to be more helpful than that.
Buen camino !