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Nich Cunliffe

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I have just completed this Camino solo and offer any help I can. It is a wonderful very quiet route with minimal accomodation and masses of off road walking BUT the waymarking is not great from Lisbon to Porto....despite what others may say!!
 
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gyro

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Caminos: Frances, Ingles, Portugues, de Norte
Via(s): de la Plata, Mozarabe
Nich Cunliffe said:
I have just completed this Camino solo and offer any help I can. It is a wonderful very quiet route with minimal accomodation and masses of off road walking BUT the waymarking is not great from Lisbon to Porto....despite what others may say!!
Dear Nich,
Yes, as John says, please tell us all about it.....
and being completely selfish for a moment, I am planning to tackle Porto-SdeC next April, so any new information on hostels, dogs, rivers, bedbugs or whatever would be REALLY appreciated.
Buen Camino
Gyro
 

Javier Martin

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gyro said:
and being completely selfish for a moment, I am planning to tackle Porto-SdeC next April, so any new information on hostels, dogs, rivers, bedbugs or whatever would be REALLY appreciated.
Gyro

Gyro,

You can download in http://www.amigosdelcamino.com a free guide about this Camino, in spanish or portuguese. May be it can help you to schedule your Camino.

Buen Camino,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
 

gyro

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Caminos: Frances, Ingles, Portugues, de Norte
Via(s): de la Plata, Mozarabe
Javier Martin said:
Gyro,

You can download in http://www.amigosdelcamino.com a free guide about this Camino, in spanish or portuguese. May be it can help you to schedule your Camino.

Buen Camino,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
Javier,
Many thanks for this. I actually have a copy, but I really appreciate you letting me know.
Do you know of any other guides to this Camino. The Brierley (sp?) is one and I know that CSJ is piloting a new guide. any others?

Gyro
 
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