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How addictive is the Camino?

super7

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Cycled to Santiago in 2004 (return trip with a total of just over 5400 km in 8 weeks), and not a day goes by that I'm not thinking about the trip and cycling parts of the route in my mind.

The more time passes the more I realize that I want to experience the whole thing over again, hopefully within a couple of years when my boss will allow me to have another 8 week's holiday. Sure, I had some bad experiences on the Spanish campingsites (some were extremely noisy after 12:00 at night), and the occassional driver who appeared to hate cyclists on the road, but fortunate the good memories become stronger over the years.

Are there more people out there with a similar experience, and if so, is it curable? :roll:
 
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Paulus

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Time of past OR future Camino
Frances (May 2005), Norte (May 2006), Vezelay (2007).
Jan,

(het gaat gewoon niet meer over.......) :D

It will never disappear!

Paul
 

super7

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Daar was ik al bang voor. 'k Zal me baas alvast inlichten over toekomstige vakantie plannen.

I thought so, better inform my manager that I will need more and longer holidays in the near future.
 

judy

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addiction

Camino-itis is a non curable disease and sufferers continually try and find like minded souls who share the same illness!
Judy
 

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