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  • M
    I saw this today in an English cathedral I think those taking this trip regard themselves as pilgrims.
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  • Marla in CA
    I emailed them back in January and was assured they are working on it. The great old functionality will be back and it will be better. We still wait though. It's so annoying as the route planner was great. The person responsible for that bit had...
  • linkster
    linkster replied to the thread Spanish language.
    @JanskeMarie I am taking Intermediate Spanish 2 this semester. The classes are grammar intense (did you say verb conjugation 😂 ), but my class this semester is a small class with only 5 students. Nowhere to hide, so you have to speak Spanish. I...
  • wayfarer
    Have you considered Tenerife? http://www.wandermap.net/en/official/2012815-camino-de-santiago-de-tenerife/ I have only walked in the hills to the north of Santa Cruz, which is where the Camino ends - The natural park at the northern tip of the...
  • JabbaPapa
    Country code ".cl" in the web address? Fiestas patrias? 2009-09-11? That must be a different Santiago than the one in Galicia ;). I think it is obvious that we are mainly talking in this thread about what I like to call "camino pilgrimage" for...
  • JabbaPapa
    aaaaargh !!! o_O Not small numbers in any case : (I really do wish I had stuck to my original draft version in this case ... 🤡 )
  • Raggy
    Have you considered Tenerife? http://www.wandermap.net/en/official/2012815-camino-de-santiago-de-tenerife/ I have only walked in the hills to the north of Santa Cruz, which is where the Camino ends - The natural park at the northern tip of the...
  • J
    jl replied to the thread Other South Aussies?.
    Hi Kathryn H. You don't say where you live so some of these suggestions may not work for you. I live in the Hills (Stirling) and so I walk around the block which has plenty of ups and downs and can cover anywhere from 3km to 5km and with extra...
  • Tracey Neal
    I would never wear waterproof shoes on the Camino. Your feet are going to sweat and it’s a sure way to get blisters in my opinion.
  • JanskeMarie
    JanskeMarie reacted to jungleboy's post in the thread Spanish language with Like Like.
    Good attitude! As I've written before, the CdM is the type of camino (IMO) where the spirit of the camino manifests itself in interaction with local people more so than other pilgrims, because there are so few other pilgrims. So being able to...

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