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caminka

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as one of the top contenders for my future camino combo (together with the new routing of the camino olvidado, because the mountains are always calling to me) and as both caminos are becoming more popular, I put together this two guides in english to help you decide and plan more easily. they come with a legend of abbreviations, symbols and spanish words I use (which to me are pretty obvious, but I realise that is not the case for everybody else).

I plan to add them to the resources section, but before that I would love some feedback from those who have recently walked them, to make them as updated as possible. also, if something seems unclear, I am happy to clarify it.

enjoy!
 

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caminka

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I have a plane ride in my future in a few days and have printed these pages out. So I will eventually have a lot to say, I hope! 2012 is not very "recent", but my blog may have some tidbits that are useful (or not). http://caminovadiniense.blogspot.com
that's wonderful, laurie! I am looking forward to reading your future blog and thoughts.

I have read your 2012 blog and did use an odd tidbit here and there, though it may not be obvious.
 

Hansel

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as one of the top contenders for my future camino combo (together with the new routing of the camino olvidado, because the mountains are always calling to me) and as both caminos are becoming more popular, I put together this two guides in english to help you decide and plan more easily. they come with a legend of abbreviations, symbols and spanish words I use (which to me are pretty obvious, but I realise that is not the case for everybody else).

I plan to add them to the resources section, but before that I would love some feedback from those who have recently walked them, to make them as updated as possible. also, if something seems unclear, I am happy to clarify it.

enjoy!
I'm guessing by the lack of replies these two, caminos, Camino vadiniense y lebaniego are caminos less travelled !
I have a print out in Spanish, from Gronze .com, that a hospelerio in Leon printed for me last year, he had walked 14 caminos, ( maybe more), and talked about these two, guess it would be possible to then walk onto Leon, and combine the Salvador with the Primitivo, ;)
Bill
 

peregrina2000

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I'm guessing by the lack of replies these two, caminos, Camino vadiniense y lebaniego are caminos less travelled !
I have a print out in Spanish, from Gronze .com, that a hospelerio in Leon printed for me last year, he had walked 14 caminos, ( maybe more), and talked about these two, guess it would be possible to then walk onto Leon, and combine the Salvador with the Primitivo, ;)
Bill
That is exactly what I did! Never saw another soul till I hit León. But walked this way in 2012. Glorious, one of my favorite jerry-rigged caminos. My blog is here: http://caminovadiniense.blogspot.com

Buen camino, happy to answer any specific questions, at least so far as my aging memory will provide the answers. Laurie
 

Hansel

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances and Fisterre (2018,08) ,Camino Primitivo, and Fisterre,(2019,04)
That is exactly what I did! Never saw another soul till I hit León. But walked this way in 2012. Glorious, one of my favorite jerry-rigged caminos. My blog is here: http://caminovadiniense.blogspot.com

Buen camino, happy to answer any specific questions, at least so far as my aging memory will provide the answers. Laurie
Thanks Laurie, back two weeks from the Primitivo, and Muxia, and it's a grey day in Ayrshire so looking at planning my next camino ;) , will check out your blog, and get back to you with some questions, this or the Portuguese is looking like my next camino.
Bill
 

caminka

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Camino(s) past & future
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I'm guessing by the lack of replies these two, caminos, Camino vadiniense y lebaniego are caminos less travelled !
I have a print out in Spanish, from Gronze .com, that a hospelerio in Leon printed for me last year, he had walked 14 caminos, ( maybe more), and talked about these two, guess it would be possible to then walk onto Leon, and combine the Salvador with the Primitivo, ;)
Bill
they are indeed less travelled. the mountain aspect may have to do something with that. and of course, the season and weather limitations. but there are good comments on this forum from those who have walked.
 

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