Walked my first camino this year, May-June which was the Frances. During my first week of waking I was enjoying it but wondered why people walked it more than once. Well two weeks after I got home all I could think about was walking another Camino. I was torn between walking the Portuguese route next but also wanted to walk the Frances again because I don't think I truly absorbed all that the Frances had to offer. The days flew by while walking and now I can barley remember certain stages that I walked so I want to do it one more time. Air fare is quite expensive from western Canada so i'am thinking about walking the Portuguese and Frances, one right after the other on the same trip. Turned 65 on September 1st so i'am retired now so time is not a problem as it was on my first Camino. The question I have is do many people do this and if so is there any sort of advantage of doing one before the other. Long one first or short one first? The two thoughts I had was, do short one first to get body ready or do long one first so you just have a short one at the end. Its a dilemma, but a happy one because I know i'am going back.