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June in Porto?

vinotinto

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Hey all:

I've got the time off, the desire, and maybe the cash to go from Porto to Santiago (and maybe Finisterra as well) in June (6/11 to 6/27, not counting flight days from the US to Lisbon and back). I don't want to sprint, but I do want to walk farther each day than I did on my initial Camino Frances trek in 2007.

It seems doable from Porto to Santiago from what I've seen on the board (along with the painfully gained first-hand knowledge on the Frances). But is Finisterra a bridge too far? Anyway, it's a tapas-in-the-sky idea right now, but you gotta start somewhere... :wink: Any input is appreciated!

Buen Camino,

VT :arrow:
 
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Hola Vinotinto

Have a look at the guide to the Portugues on the CSJ website: http://www.csj.org.uk/guides-online.htm

You can walk from Porto to Santiago comfortably in 10 days - there is also the option of missing the roadwalking out of Porto by joining the route by public transport at the second stage - so potentially 9 days.

Say a comfortable 4 days to Finisterre.

3 days to play with :)

Happy planning

John
 

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3/10/10: Ordered the Brierley guidebook and One-Day Portuguese language CD... :mrgreen:

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vinotinto

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Well...looks like I'm homebound this year. Too much going on family-wise, and finances are tight (need to put some dinero into my house).

Here's to 2011 from Porto to Santiago...gonna start planning now and hoping for the best! :cry: :) :arrow:

Cheers,

VT
 

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