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hikingpal

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Hey everyone! I just wanted to share a podcast episode where I interviewed my parents after they'd walked the Camino Portuguese from Porto last year. The podcast is called "Life is Not a Casserole," and it's just a little travel podcast my husband and I make for fun as a creative outlet, but I thought this might be a good spot to share the Camino episode! We also have episodes on the Camino del Norte and Camino Primitivo.

If anyone is interested, here is a link to the episode on the Podbean site. Or you can find the episode by searching for "Life is Not a Casserole" on whatever podcast app you use. Thanks!

The Camino Portuguese episode
 
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Peosta

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Did you post the link? I didn’t see it.
Thanks!!
 

LindaB

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bike ride Paplona to Santiago April-May 2015
Portuguese Coastal Sept 2019
The podcast is quite good. Note however that it was uploaded in November 2018. I used my podcast app (Podcruncher) to look for it and almost gave up when I didn't see it as the newest episode of "Life is Not a Casserole".
 

hikingpal

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Frances (2013, 2016, Aug. 2020), Del Norte (2018), Primitivo (2018), Nakahechi (Apr. 2020)
The podcast is quite good. Note however that it was uploaded in November 2018. I used my podcast app (Podcruncher) to look for it and almost gave up when I didn't see it as the newest episode of "Life is Not a Casserole".

Yes, it is an older episode, so thank you for sharing that advice! And thank you for giving it a listen!
 
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LindaB

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bike ride Paplona to Santiago April-May 2015
Portuguese Coastal Sept 2019
It was fun and informative. My partner and I are starting in Porto mid next month. I think I'll listen to your other episodes as well.
 

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