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Tomorrow (13th) my Camino begins! I shall spend today exploring Le-Puy after a long 37 hours travelling time from my home on the Gold Coast Australia. I'm a woman travelling solo with virtually no French so I'm sure thus will be an adventure and a huge personal journey.
 
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Kimmy

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CF summer-06, SJPP to Burgos Sept-13, Burgos to Astorga Sept-14 (Astorga to Santiago de Compostela sept 15)
How far do you plan walking? All the way to Santiago de Compostela?
 

Kitsambler

Jakobsweg Junkie
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Le Puy 2010-11, Prague 2012, Nuremberg 2013, Einsiedeln 2015, Geneva 2017-19
Pick up apocket-sized French phrasebook if you haven't already. And an Aussie flag for your pack. And take it easy those first few days. You'll make memories to last a lifetime!

Bon chemin!
 
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VDLP to Finisterre 2009
Le Puy to SJPDP 2013
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Kimmy I have just over 4 weeks so hoping to make it to SJPDP or Roncesvalles. I walked the VDLP 4 years ago so was fortunate to walk to Santiage DC then onto Finesterre
 
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Kimmy

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Past OR future Camino
CF summer-06, SJPP to Burgos Sept-13, Burgos to Astorga Sept-14 (Astorga to Santiago de Compostela sept 15)
I hope you will have a lovely month on your Way. Buen Camino
 

angelafinnigan

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Past OR future Camino
2022
Tomorrow (13th) my Camino begins! I shall spend today exploring Le-Puy after a long 37 hours travelling time from my home on the Gold Coast Australia. I'm a woman travelling solo with virtually no French so I'm sure thus will be an adventure and a huge personal journey.


I wish you well it's a beautiful walk, I completed it from mid May arriving Santiago 25th July. I'm a single female from Sydney, very little French and walked alone but never felt lonely and enjoyed marvelous company. Burn Camino
 
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OssieMate

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Hills of Girona 2016
Alto Teruel Spain 2016
Roncevalles to Santiago April (2015)
Le Puy-en-Velay to SJP'dP France April (2014)
San Leo to Assissi Umbria December (2014)
Cascais to Sintra Portugal (2013)
Obernai to Kaysersberg Alsace (2011)
Buen Camino Cherie!
Thinking of doing Le-Puy to SJPdP in August.
Anyone got any advice on how long it takes?
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Gerard

Hi Gerard,

I will be doing the same route in April and May this year and have planned to complete the route in 40 days that includes 3 rest days along the way. Our average kilometres per day is approximately 20km (max will be 32 towards the end but we should be fit by that stage of the walk),

Good luck and enjoy your journey.

Regards

Ralph
 

scruffy1

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Past OR future Camino
Holy Year from Pamplona 2010, SJPP 2011, Lisbon 2012, Le Puy 2013, Vezelay (partial watch this space!) 2014; 2015 Toulouse-Puenta la Reina (Arles)
Grettings from Jerusalem and Bon Marche! Hope you brought your longjohns crossing the Aubrac plateau is freezing even in the Spring! When you get to Cahors do stay with Serge at Le Relais des Jacobins - don't even consider someplace else and please give him my regards-he hasn't had many pilgrimns from Jerusalem.
 

Michelle_McA

Paso corto, vista larga
Past OR future Camino
2021
Hi Gerard,

I will be doing the same route in April and May this year and have planned to complete the route in 40 days that includes 3 rest days along the way. Our average kilometres per day is approximately 20km (max will be 32 towards the end but we should be fit by that stage of the walk),

Good luck and enjoy your journey.

Regards

Ralph

I'm leaving Le Puy on April 11, 2014. See you on the Chemin!
 
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OssieMate

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Past OR future Camino
Hills of Girona 2016
Alto Teruel Spain 2016
Roncevalles to Santiago April (2015)
Le Puy-en-Velay to SJP'dP France April (2014)
San Leo to Assissi Umbria December (2014)
Cascais to Sintra Portugal (2013)
Obernai to Kaysersberg Alsace (2011)
Bon Voyage Cherie, from Tugun on the Gold Coast! We hope to follow you starting in late April 2014 with friends from our first camino (Frances) in 2013.
Hi Dan,

looks like quite a few Aussies tackling the Camino in late April, plus one American from Minneapolis who is teaming up with us - might get a bit crowd. Bring the Aussie flag!!!

Hope to see you in late April.

Ralph D
Melbourne
 

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