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#21 Posted : Tuesday, July 25, 2006 4:45:23 PM(UTC)
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Sivan started the course in France from the city.

AIR SUR L ' BEST

Total I think at least 900 km

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#22 Posted : Tuesday, July 25, 2006 5:07:47 PM(UTC)
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It really doesn't matter how exactly the point that everything is fine and just person.
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#23 Posted : Tuesday, May 15, 2007 6:04:04 PM(UTC)
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And again, try to plan carefully, out again for the pilgrims.

Already tried before ל"צאת" all sorts of constraints prevented it from me.

Planning to go to my left trail of Pamplona to Santiago de Compostelle.

Planned release date 7 September or so. Estimated walking time 30-32 days.

720 km walking distance there is the link to how and how the stages going all day.

Http://perso.orange.fr/cheminsdecompostelle/Leschemins/Camino%20frances-ET.html

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#24 Posted : Tuesday, May 15, 2007 6:30:51 PM(UTC)
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Not available.

You can't do this to us.

What will we do without you?

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#25 Posted : Tuesday, May 15, 2007 9:53:30 PM(UTC)
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Maybe Amir returns, there are also good people here who can take over.
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#26 Posted : Sunday, September 16, 2007 11:01:39 PM(UTC)
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I have started to walk from Pamplona on September 8th, the weather is sunny, hot, although not that dry. Sun console up at 730 and 830 console down,

Very cold in the morning.

There are about 80 hikers at every stage of using various on the hike, menaing that there are about 2,000 hikers or pilgrims walking NOW.

It means that the refugios and full albuergues are very early in the day like 2 in the afternoon, meaning people actually rush the first get request as not to be forced to walk another few, at, using various km.

You get to see the entire world here, from all over the globe, most of them, in this time of year, are not young, young has gone to work.

Average length of a stage is 25 km, the trail is quite easy, short and steep climbs are not, the trail is well marked and there is no need for maps, general mayby you are ones where opener and where is the nearsest village or road.

You sleep in small to big albergues, in dormitories, you can cook your own food or buy a ¨ ¨ ¨ for pilgrim's menu 7_9 euros near by

Generally you finish your 25-30 km by 2 o clock ´ and have enough time to wash, shower, sleep and tour the village

No need to carry sleeping bag, tent, food. People carry no more then 2 2 litres of water further west, allthough it's drier ´ and it will not be enough

Average weight of a bag is 8-10 kg, mine is a bit more because of extra medical supplies are and 3 litres of water

I can t help it ´ walking with less water makes me feel uncomfortable.

Many of the pilgrims walk the whole distance from the French side of the Pyreaneans to Santiago, 800 km.

It will take them at 30 days using an.

Mant did the French part of the trail (like I had done in 2004) another 900 km

From Le PUy en Valley (south of Lyon.

Most of them are not religious but doing it for personal reasons

Highly recomended, a wonderful walk.

It's a wonderful walk ´, culture, history, people, landscape.

I met an israeli woman, heard about 2 others walking 10 days ahead of me and 2 following me

That's a lot of israelis ´

The local people and admire us for pilgrims join them on this trip which is sacred to catholics

I really feel like an ambasador of the Jewish nation and Israel

.

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#27 Posted : Sunday, September 16, 2007 11:02:51 PM(UTC)
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In France it is called

[11] The way of St Jacques or gr65

In Spain

The camino to santiago de compostelle

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#28 Posted : Monday, September 17, 2007 12:09:51 AM(UTC)
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Nice one Zammy and just 2 liters of water

I am sure that rather ... sooner than later we'll have 2000 Trail walking on the Holy Land


Have fun

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#29 Posted : Wednesday, March 5, 2008 3:44:32 PM(UTC)
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It's available to talk to you.

Today on YNET article about the pilgrims.
Maybe it's time to gather all the material in one place with pictures and explanations?

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#30 Posted : Thursday, May 29, 2008 4:35:51 PM(UTC)
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In mid-July I'm going to finish the final stage for the pilgrims in Spain until Santiago de Compostelle through to the Atlantic Ocean.

Get to Santiago in 24.7 to take part in the celebrations today 25.7 of the Christian Saint-James, son of Zebedee or Jacob as Spaniards, Germans call him or Jacques as the French.

See myself called to stand before the crowd at the Cathedral and call my name with other pilgrims, Jewish Israeli moves ishiral that goes for the Catholic Saint.

Length of the section about 400 miles Hauser Galicia.

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#31 Posted : Thursday, May 29, 2008 10:46:41 PM(UTC)
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Great Ma.

Would be great if the track ends consolidate all information and pictures are now in one message forum will constitute a point of departure for those craving soul track or just want to know.

Dating only?

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#32 Posted : Thursday, May 29, 2008 10:53:41 PM(UTC)
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Try to Center.

Coming alone, people.

Here is an example for the nation:

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#33 Posted : Monday, June 23, 2008 1:51:31 AM(UTC)
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Hello Zammy.

When are you planning to start exactly? And from where?

We plan on getting to Barcelona around July 10th, and later just get on the trail at some random spot and head west. It would be nice to bump into you along the way.

Noam and Orna.

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#34 Posted : Monday, June 23, 2008 2:09:08 AM(UTC)
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Hello

I intend to finish the GR10 path, do the eastern half for August really have partners.

Margalit

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#35 Posted : Monday, June 23, 2008 1:07:59 PM(UTC)
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Noam Orna

I'm starting to go on 10 July, Leon West, an average rate of 30 miles per day.

I take my laptop and you can always send me a message or give a telephone number in Spain or something.

0522791953

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#36 Posted : Wednesday, June 25, 2008 4:39:19 AM(UTC)
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Sababa.

Our plans have changed some more, but we are definetly doing some bit (s) of the trail, so we will sms you definetly.

Hope to see you over there.

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#37 Posted : Wednesday, June 25, 2008 1:40:23 PM(UTC)
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You can also email of k force me to

Zammyz@netvision.net.il

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#38 Posted : Saturday, July 26, 2008 3:23:17 PM(UTC)
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Yesterday we returned from Spain, and here's my opinion from I did for the pilgrims.

We started to walk in Pamplona, which is quite close to the beginning of the Spanish part of the camino frances in Spain. Just a lot easier to get to than to reach first. In terms of equipment were a bit over qualified with sleeping bags cold weather mats (the kind in particular, don't worry) and tent (just carried all the European trip that I've been wanting to try it out, and of course that was unnecessary, that rainbow 1 light). Besides, no frills, kicking or other heavy too.
The trail itself is very easy to walk (the official first day, starting at Saint Jean Pied de Port, is difficult and includes part of the Pyrenees we didn't do this part). Planned to do 10 miles the first day, but made 24 pretty easily, almost without increases or decreases. The landscapes in the beginning. Passing through small villages with churches, wheat fields and hills around. We suffered some days very hot at first, but after a little rainy day one, the weather report and it was very easy to walk normally.

In terms of the food situation. You can always eat the peregrino-dinner menu three special dishes for pilgrims. The new prgerino is not cheap (8.5-9.5 euro per person), and delicious. It fills, but sometimes feel like just one dish of pasta or something, and you can't buy it out for dinner. Some what albergues (hostels for pilgrims), and whether you have a little luck and a village shop can make dinner alone. Also here a bit limited selection, but to diversify the type of pasta sauce, and other things. As far as we're concerned, because alone was the preferred option.
During the day you can buy some food in villages along the way. There are not many options between full meal and Bocadillo (sandwich), in terms of the Spaniards two baguette slices thick-sunflower with a piece of ham or cheese in the middle. There is no spread. A lot of bread. She's pretty tasty Tortilla patata-like thick omelette with potatoes. Can I get that too with lots of dry bread, or plate.

We continued thus until Sahagun, who is two and a half days before Leon. The next thing Logrono was boring, especially in terms of our opinion, endless plains of wheat-and there is almost no shade. Again, hot days have killed us there. Easy walking, and at the end of the day we didn't feel particularly tired, just a little sore feet. Sometimes that path is trying to avoid anywhere interesting. As Bill leaves almost 1000 years ago is moving on the road as easily and directly between the villages so that the mountains/hills en route. Also updates and innovations of the trail made in such a way that the new trail between Fromista and Carrion de las Condes, for example, is 20 kilometers walking straight on a bike path that runs parallel to the road. Also the road itself totally straight, then just go straight in the landscape doesn't change and shadow for almost a whole day. Probably for the pilgrims walking is not the goal, to reach Santiago is the goal. Because we are not large, nor Christians were planning to move to Santiago, it kinda bore us.
Since the trail is also quite easy, usually done to three four in the afternoon. And we were the ones who got up late and went slowly. There's not much to do in a remote village at the end of the day (after some 15 minutes in the Church), and still warm to some 20 and more light up some 22. We didn't understand why some people get up really early in the morning to run the whole distance and to arrive at 1:00 pm the hostel (which after 30 km-40 residence because it was too much for us)-so boring to sit there for nine hours. Fortunately there is lights out at 10 p.m., and tired enough already, so no need to attract more time for boredom.

Equipment-wise, who nevertheless wants to do for, or part of it.
I think it is advisable to get a good sweat, funkier head band-Israel and easy walks. Enough good sneakers, two pairs of socks and walk normal. Besides you should take another easy shirt and trousers (short enough) and a raincoat and one shirt a little more heat. I can only relate to the period July where we went, but 90 percent of the days were warm, wasn't particularly cold days and evenings and nights when cool, didn't need to wear something really serious.
Should not of course hiking mat (though really most who saw on the trail carried one for some reason), and definitely not needed.
Those who insist to give you, to bring you the easiest there (high temperatures) can be purchased at dechatlon in Spain's sleeping bag quechue (their brand) at 30 euros to 680 grams and 15 degrees. No doubt that whatever it takes, and it's just a sleeping bag in the van. You can do so easily with only expected to sleep inside the lodges, almost always have blankets on the beds.
Don't need Cookware, just some plate and knife're letting her in. Many lotions and kompid (you can buy at a drugstore on the way), and I became a devout believer in the talc. Lightweight travel towels. Easy hat is also highly recommended.
About the water you can do easily with 1.5 litre bottle, if you care to fill it every time when you get in the way. We moved 11 miles without one, and it was the longest (Leon), and it took about 4 hours easy walk across wheat fields. There is nothing to fear. I personally recommend Platypus hoser-bought the new bottle looks much more promise than the old bottle (in terms of durability). But as we said each bottle will do.
I also used sticks, but now don't really need them most of the way.

I'm sure Ma here would tell about his experiences making between Leon to Santiago. The thing is definitely should be more interesting in terms of landscapes, with two to go, and generally a bit more ups and downs, and green eyes. Maybe next time do the part, or the French half of the path.

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#39 Posted : Saturday, July 26, 2008 3:43:23 PM(UTC)
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It is important to note-I dreamed the whole trip on the instructor's cicerone for (as that in Europe, before the trail), and finally found him in Ireland. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone-not updated at all (from 2002) and there are lots of great hostels don't. Also missing was great places where fill (use only the have one or two in a village without specifying a few beds, whether or no kitchen). No maps of the larger villages, and description of the trail itself is really a boring literal, without specifying distances.
You can find the right prospects for his own good with distances and landmarks on the villages, and pages with profile and distribution maps. Also the weight of carrying a book.

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#40 Posted : Friday, August 15, 2008 2:15:29 AM(UTC)
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Hello Ma

Here collected stick Nava and gathered in the streets. The honeymoon with you during the Israel trail. This is a great opportunity to thank. So I first heard about your plan to finish it. Glad you're on your way

Nava and collected

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