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Transportation between villages Tui to SDC

Joselaw

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We have a member of our group with a disability that limits their walking to a couple of kilometers. Will they be able to catch a taxi and meet us at each subsequent overnight stop 10-20 kilometers away without too much trouble or cost?
 
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Frances, autumn/winter; 2004, 2005-2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
We have a member of our group with a disability that limits their walking to a couple of kilometers. Will they be able to catch a taxi and meet us at each subsequent overnight stop 10-20 kilometers away without too much trouble or cost?
Joselaw,
There are taxis in the larger towns along the route. You might ask your host each night to help you arrange such pick-ups as needed.
Also check out TuiTrans which is a baggage transport service.

I wish you and your group Bom caminho
 
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Portugués, Francés, LePuy, Rota Vicentina, Norte, Madrid, C2C, Salvador, Primitivo, Aragonés, Inglés
We have a member of our group with a disability that limits their walking to a couple of kilometers. Will they be able to catch a taxi and meet us at each subsequent overnight stop 10-20 kilometers away without too much trouble or cost?
Hi, welcome to the forum! When I took a group on the camino from Porto to Santiago I researched and printed out beforehand all the bus schedules between places. Glad I did because I needed them several times, especially for those who had blisters and needed a day off. We were travelling on a budget, hence the buses, only a few euros per ride. If you prefer taxis, then cafes and bars always have someone who can call a taxi for you.
 

Barbara

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Frances, Norte (twice)and Primitivo, Sureste, In France From home Tours and Vézelay, also Le Puy.
Yes, no problem. If it is every day you might also consider renting a car, and sharing the driving. Yes, I realise that wouldn't work for the last 100 km if everyone wants a compostella. It would do baggage transport and carry picnics, though.
 
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boski

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We have a member of our group with a disability that limits their walking to a couple of kilometers. Will they be able to catch a taxi and meet us at each subsequent overnight stop 10-20 kilometers away without too much trouble or cost?
Portugal has Uber and Volt as well. As others have said on my last camino we traveled with someone disabled and every night the person running the alburgue was able to contact a taxi for us. To be fair it was quite expensive in the more remote locations and it obviously took them time to get there in the AM to pick her up. But all in all it worked out great and she was able to tell us where to get the best food and beer when we got to town!!
 

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