I'll be walking the Camino for the first time this summer. Do people normally get some sort of health insurance plan for the time that they are on the Camino in case of an accident? If so, does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.
I agree this is also quite vague, and would not depend on it.I have some sort of cover with my credit card but prefer to have separate insurance.
Wise words indeed. My mother used to say " don't put your foot outside the country without insurance"The old adage is "if you can't afford travel insurance you can't afford to travel"
Anniesantiago said:It was a tick.
A tick from Wales.
A tick from a cat in Wales
A tick from a cat who lives with my friends in Wales.
A dead tick.
falcon269 said:Following tick removal, the bite area should be inspected carefully for any retained mouthparts, which should be excised.
TerryB said:falcon269 wrote: Following tick removal, the bite area should be inspected carefully for any retained mouthparts, which should be excised.
I will make a careful note to include a scalpel in my essential packing next time around!
...it's not fair to rely on another countries health system if you are needing more than the average first aid.