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Yes, she told me she was on the forum, but I am not sure what her username is... I will leave it up to her to comment on this thread (She is traveling today, so maybe tomorrow or later).
Excellent.Which route did Trish take? I was due to do this in May.Perhaps in the future.
Hi Chrissy. My forum user name is Trishb and I took the Coastal route. Almost entirely alone until Redondela
It's a much bigger decision to travel from the States, I would not have undertaken this Camino if it involved the journey you would have, plus health insurance etc. I hope you feel comfortable going next yearGlad to see Trish arrived safe and healthy. Even if USA cases were under control and borders opened- without better theraputics and/ or a reliable vaccine and reasonable health insurance, the Camino is out of reach for me. I can’t imagine an 8-9 hour airplane ride worrying whether I might contract the virus!
But I rejoice in Trish’s success and tan! Safe journey home, Trish! Thanks for posting, Ivar!
it was so nice to hear this great lady with such a wonderful smile ! You just ran the interview with the perfect questions ! thanks Ivar (and the perfect setting !in the parador i guess ?
It's a much bigger decision to travel from the States, I would not have undertaken this Camino if it involved the journey you would have, plus health insurance etc. I hope you feel comfortable going next year
Looking back at my responses to Ivar’s questions I don’t think I was helpful to anyone who wanted to travel freely and not pre - book accommodation. I did see the occasional person who was staying in Albergues. I am sure they are all safe but you might have to walk on further or stop sooner to be sure of finding one open. After Redondela I think it would be fine. Also all the churches have hand sanitizer at the entrance and a one way system. I went into the tourist info in Pontevedra and had my temperature checked before I could go through. Plexi -glass screens are in most places. I think both Portugal and Spain are more responsible than we are in the UK
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