Hi Danny. I have asked around to find any contact details for Angela but everyone sais the same, she doesn't do facebook or anything like that. I know she spends a lot of time in Finisterra, and is often in the bar at La familia (The World Family), and I have seen you have posted there. So, sorry mate no luck I a afraid. I will be in Finisterra hopefully later this year, if I see here I will let her know you are look
I am walking the camino in the hight of summer,July nad August,what is the heat going to be like,i go to the costa del sol quite a lot in summer so I know its hot, but is it as hot as it is on the del sol?
We are avid walkers / hikers and plan our travelling around great places to walk. We have walked the Rota Vicentina as our first long distance walk in Feb 2017 and have a plan for Le Puy May/June 2019 and working out a time for Via Francigena possibly in two sections.
Wow, I joined this Forum in the Summer of 2012. It took until 2016 to start my first Pilgrimage as I was caregiving for my Mother. She wanted to go with me on the Camino. But at 90+, that could only happen after she passed. And she did come with me in 2016. But that was not thee year for me to complete the Camino Frances. My IT Band (left leg) knotted up so badly that I could not continue, on just the third day.
Hullo John, you mention the existence of a kindle version of the CSJ guide to the Portuguese coastal and seaside routes. I can find the book version on the CSJ site, but not the kindle. Could you please give me the idiot’s guide on how to access the kindle version. Many thanks…………………….Donovan
Hello Again. I ahve finally reach a time I can really plan my pilgrimage and looking forward to it in Sept/Oct. I am starting to gather my packing needs. Wanted to look into those light weight custom made sleeping bags that take up to 5 or 6 weeks to make in the US I have lost my info, If any one know what I,m refering to I would appreciate any info you have. thank You
Hi- my friend and I are looking forward to company to walk from Sarria to SDC starting May 25th this year...let us know if your dates match ours and we can all meet up. I am from Singapore and my friend is from australia
Hey there!!!!!! Such great things said about you by our forum members!!!!
Wondering if you'd have room for myself and two of my daughters (10,12) and my friend with her 18 year old daughter?
We would like to stay APRIL 2 or the 3rd (and maybe both)...:)
It would be the five of us.
If I read correctly you have four person rooms. My 10 year old can sleep with me or on the floor to keep us together?
Is this possible?
I`m a 41year old man from Geneva, Switzerland. I m planning to do the Portuguese Coastal Way on may 2018 (Porto -Santiago). It will be my first adventure by meself (i ve got 2 friends interested in but no positive answers yet). Is anyone interested in going to do this way too? 14 days till Santiago and then some rest in one of the nice beaches in one of the cities not far from there. Peace and love to all, Ian.
Camino Frances (2008) Le Puy to SJPP (2010) Camino Primitivo (2010) Via de la Plata (20130 Camino del Norte - Irun to Llanes (2016) Camino del Norte - Llanes to Santiago de la Compostella (2017) Camino Portuguese (2018?)
From Biarritz, I paid for a taxi service that was shared with others about to walk the Camino...Express Bourricot taxi service located in SJPP will meet you at the airport and take you from Biarritz to SJPP. I paid 19Euro for shared ride.
Hi John , I see that you joined this wonderfull forum on my birthday . I arrive on 19 ,April 2018 in Santiago to work as a volunteer for two weeks .
Wish you a wonderfull time and a Buen Camino , Peter .
Less than 8 months now until we take our first steps from Le Puy. May have to start packing soon. Cant find any English Language Guide books but it seems Le Puy to SJPDP is not difficult just using the signs / shells, a list of Gites (found on a Pilgrim Facebook post) and general advice found on other pilgrims blogs. Cant wait - see you on the trail.
Bom dia a todos
Começo meu primeiro caminho no final de agosto desde San Jean e vou até Santiago caminhando.
Tenho lido com bastante atenção todos os comentários, experiencias e informações desde fórum, sempre me colocando cada vez mais próximo do meu caminho.
Tenho uma dúvida sobre fazer um pequeno trecho de bike, na opinião dos amigos, qual seria o melhor trecho, talvez o mais plano?
I'm arriving in Seville on 21st January 2018. Is it a good time to walk Via de la Plata or would the Portuguese route be a better option? I walked the Frances Way in November/December 2016.
Thank you in advance.
Hello fellow Sacramentan! Wife and I are walking the Camino Aragones then the CF, from Jaca to Santiago in April/May. Likely visiting Fatima afterwards, but that part by bus :). We likely won't meet, but it's always nice knowing that someone "local" is nearby while walking. Buen Camino.
I walked the French Way in 2016 SJPDP to the sea and am leaving March 9th to walk the French
Way again. You are absolutely right it did change my life and I think about the Camino every day. It really ignited my spiritual life and I have become a daily communicant.