LOL! He does seem to closely monitor the state of affairs here, but either way you got your point across here in the U.S. and I couldn't agree more with you on your point. Who ever this "hag" might be (Angela or not) she/he is wrong for destroying someone elses property. Move forward and do not allow their bad behavior to effect your day. Cheers !
Camino Portugues from Valenca 9/6/18 completed 14/6/18 in time for the Pilgrim's Mass at noon. I was surprised how emotional it was to arrive at the Cathedral. I am so glad I did this. Not ticking off boxes but I'm already thinking about the next.
Hello, I’m Jan from Holland. I left my country at the half of may by ebike and a trailer. I did the West coast of France and now I’m in Bayonne. Tomorrow I intend to visit San Sebastián for a couple of days. From there I like to follow the coastal line to Santiago. If somebody likes to join me, feel free!
With warm regards,
Hello, I’m on my way to Santiago from Holland with an ebike. Now I’m in Bayonne. Tomorrow I intend to visit San Sebastián for a couple of days. From there I will follow the North-West coast of Spain to Santiago. If somebody likes to join me, feel free. With warm regards!!
I am a yoga teacher & was for years a long-distance runner. Now I would have trouble running a half-marathon without stopping a few times to rest me knees, hips. My will & determination are strong! I have lots of questions and lots of friends who've walked the Camino. A little confused with how to decide on the route that will suit me. Plan is to spend 4 weeks on the trek. Response is welcome.
I need help figuring out if I have to have a Visa. I am traveling from the United States and I don’t think I do but my information I’ve found online is confusing with the new rules that President Trump has placed on foreign travel.
Which shoes to hike?
I did Camino Norten hike 17.4-25.5. 2018.
I had six-year-old winter shoes in Finnish Sievi Oy.
They work really well with no kind of abrasions or bladders.
Never go to walks with new shoes if you do not want any trouble.
Thank you for selecting to 'follow' me, carmenines. I hope I don't disappoint or bore you as I never post anything when I am on the Way. I don't have a blog or web address. Sorry - but I'll do my best with anything I post on this site. Love, Light & Nature to you. Keith
Last Wednesday afternoon at your home was so very wonderful. I loved being with You, Miska, Allan ( alias David) and Fred. It was a lovely service, an awesome meal and wonderful Fellowship. I hope to see you this afternoon.
Owned Yandina Hotel from 1989 when we purchased off Bondy to 2007 when we sold to the leasee who also ran the Wombye Hotel. You live in a great area. Take your time , enjoy the good beds as well as the albergues.
Took a short day only 19k to puenta la reina and after a recommendation stayed in the albergue santiago apostol it was up a steep hill over the bridge but absolutely worth it with vegetarin options on the pilgims menu and a relaxed atmosphere i feel like ive had a rest day walk those few extra metres
Walking from Porto to Santiago was extraordinary! Silence is always so beautiful. And meeting other pilgrims was a joy!
I waited for the compostela for 2hours in line, and that was so good, because there was sharing, meeting, laughing,and a sense of togetherness.
In the past 20 months, my husband and I have walked the Frances and Via Podiensis ... we're in love! It's our perfect way to spend our holiday weeks from Aus! We're tossing up which one to do next year .... Norte or Portuguese. Any feedback to help us make our decision?
My husband and I are now in Ponte da Lima having spent last night at Casa da Fernanda house. We enjoyed the best experience of the camino. Such a loving heartfelt welcome from Fernanda and her family and a wonderful evening spent with with fellow pilgrims. We are loving our journey. Thankyou all who helped by answering my questions and especially to Albertinho for organising our stay with Fernanda.
This coming July I am doing the coastal route of the Portugal Camino on my own (it's my first Camino). I have a wedding in Gibraltar at the end of the walk. Advice please on the best way to get from Santiago to Malaga? I plan on staying one night in Malaga. Also what is the best way to get from Gibraltar to Malaga to catch a 1am flight back? It's been hard to find clear information on bus services.
Hi johnnie, it’s been many years since we have chatted.
I love the CSJ guides and have used the French guide, also the Portuguese, English and Finisterre/Muxia, they are wonderful.
I have just received my Camino Primitivo guide via mail. I am somewhat disappointed, I find it difficult to read / understand compared to the other guides, and find it very disapointing that the guide stops before Santiago. Is there a
I’ve heard great things about the wisepilgrim iPhone app. I had decided to buy the ‘primitivo bundle’ but in the AppStore it wouldn’t let me but it. It would let me buy each individually but not in the bundle. Do you know why this is happening? Is the wisely app really needed if I have the wise pilgrim one?
Hello to all - I leave for Porto this Friday and hope to mail some stuff from the Porto Airport to Ivar for storage in Santiago. Do any of you know whether there is a post office at the airport and whether it will be open Saturday, May 19?
Hi fellow pilgrims have just arrived back to australia after a wonderful camino from sarria to santiago a few tips I learnt, take less backpack was osprey 36 and just over 6 kgs could have cut down medication, clothing was sufficient, didn't wear shorts as too cool. Walk less kms each day feel good and do too much so I have had painful legs since finishing. Pilgrim menu was great and accomodation really good, more p
Perry, my alerts tell me that you wrote something on my profile. I am ashamed to say that after years on the forum, I still do not know how to access my own profile. I do not want you to think that I am rude by ignoring you . so please try to start a conversation. I used to be able to do that, No guarantee that I still can!!!