- Camino(s) past & future
- CF2012,Le Puy/CF 2015 Portugues 2017 Norte 2018, CF 2019
I am planning to walk in 2021 from Sevilla at the beginning of March and getting me into Santiago at the end of April. I am starting to get a little queasy about this no bed doomsday scenario in Santiago. I have no idea how to figure this one out. Are Pilgrims making advance reservations now for a walk they will do in a year or more and on top of that know precisely when they will arrive in Santiago. Are all the beds being filled by tourists? Is this being too alarmist and is it way to early for anyone to know the situation in places like Albergue Seminario Menor and or the huge Xunta in Monte de Gozo or some of the other small private albergues in and around Santiago. There are so many of them. I think I will probably be just fine at that time of the year on the VDLP but there are alot of us forecasting doom and gloom. Anybody with good evidence about this even though I think there is really no way to tell. After all 11 years is a long time to go between holy years, I guess. I would walk it this year but circumstances will not allow it as I am walking with my college buddies. This year celebrates 49 years of friendship and love. I will be 67 next year and I don't want to wait too much longer to undertake the VDLP. Never know when one might slow down.