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sdnl  
#121 Posted : Sunday, October 24, 2010 2:59:04 PM(UTC)
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About TMB you asked about quite a bit.

According to all the sites I've seen on the subject early June it early for the track (I traveled it in ogvasa last year).

In terms of budget, it's really up to you. We hiked the entire trail in a tent and cooking alone based on things we buy in supermarkets then that is very cheap. If you start to sleep rafiog and eating places in this way has risen significantly.

If you want more information about the trail you are welcome to contact me.

About the Pyrenees Pyrenees in general are set on wide area, but if you focus only on one area then it is easy to find, just create them and ask about travel seasons.

Or a very co-dependent on your character. I usually like to travel in pairs but not more than that, some people prefer and their own pace, and who sees that in larger groups of 4-5 members.

The way Europe sounds great, and you plan to sample from ktsvatia. But consider, for example, to travel in the u.s. If you're there!

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#122 Posted : Saturday, October 30, 2010 2:33:06 AM(UTC)
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First 20,000 ...
In the United States, I don't know what tracks have. I don't want to run alongside. Bottom line is I want to hike in the mountains, to see it, live it. The United States, the less I know. I heard about Appalachia, but I don't want to go, and I don't know any better areas. Understand what I'm looking for so if there is a recommendation.

One of the areas that I am more like the Alps, also recommended me to the Pyrenees. I know the season. The question of what I can do, assuming that I want to return to the country until the middle of July?

Because the thought is to fly to Barcelona in 5.5, to be there for several days, to go to the Pyrenees for two weeks, where the ghost hitchhiking "take me" (or hitchhike), and reach the Alps and Dolomites.

The pilgrims, I don't know if I can get some details.

What could be the weather in Maui-TMB I can get to no me where to sleep?!?!

Bottom line is to make a trip or practical?


Many thanks for all your help.
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#123 Posted : Saturday, October 30, 2010 11:18:06 AM(UTC)
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For the pilgrims will not see much. Unlike the Pyrenees or the Alps.
Overall, your idea sounds not bad. Even in the Pyrenees you can spend in a month and a half or more fun.
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#124 Posted : Saturday, October 30, 2010 9:04:29 PM(UTC)
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Whether this is bad in terms of time?
If possible do alone? Since I don't have to do it. Maybe a friend will join weeks.
If anyone wants, he's welcome.
But again, is it possible in terms of period? Have something to see or to be closed (thousands I know I need to get only in mid-June (possibly early June, depending on the scene) but if I'm wrong and correct me.
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#125 Posted : Saturday, October 30, 2010 9:23:06 PM(UTC)
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Good to have dreams of ranging between Alaska, South America, Spain, Turkey, Ireland and Scotland. But whoever dreams that only the dead.

I was planning on one long trajectory might USA + something short in Europe, it's better than tizose between the mountains of Europe. This is a waste of time on jumping around and wasting money on travel, food and nights on the road.

It's better to jump to a minimum and concentrate on one long track maybe another one and manymore About the money I think you. Approximately $ 5000 will not be enough for 4 months, including flights to the United States, and Europe there may a month back in August.

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#126 Posted : Saturday, October 30, 2010 10:20:30 PM(UTC)
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First of all, I wasn't talking about 4 months. But about two months ago.
Besides, although hiking trip but also to see the world. The reason for my decision not to take a flight to Spain is to experience the country, rides to bring me to places that I probably wouldn't come to them without it. Like I said, the planning is basically the Pyrenees and Alps and Dolomites (if time and money, so a little too).
Everything around it if time and money.
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#127 Posted : Tuesday, November 2, 2010 1:33:04 PM(UTC)
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#128 Posted : Tuesday, November 2, 2010 4:23:00 PM(UTC)
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You said you started in early May to early August-three months rather than two months.

About hitchhiking in eirafa-provided information.

A parallel message someone offers a hiking trail in Majorca, I think. In addition, mountain ranges in southern Andalusia Spain.

In the Alps.

More ashtrays the pilgrims in the southern part of France to Pamplona, Basques.

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#129 Posted : Thursday, November 4, 2010 7:55:47 PM(UTC)
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When possible in thousands (as soon) and when in the Pyrenees?
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#130 Posted : Thursday, November 4, 2010 9:40:00 PM(UTC)
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It's hard to say that there is a low Alpine routes that might open before the others, try Google hiking in the alps under may and see what turns up.

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#131 Posted : Friday, November 5, 2010 3:40:57 PM(UTC)
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The bikatot begin to open in early June, though still many transitions are still covered in snow.
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#132 Posted : Wednesday, December 1, 2010 9:51:50 PM(UTC)
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Hey.
If it is still relevant and you think about נ״ז, I think a much better ל״פרק״ the New Zealand trip shorter treks and TE araroaha. There are many famous parks and hiking araroaha Benz playing well-known missing Although a typical bterk look likely to sign Benz to really small civilization, while at least according araroaha beta the descriptions I've read about him, it's not exactly the case.  To be month and visit Fiordland Benz? Seems like a total waste.
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#133 Posted : Wednesday, December 1, 2010 10:24:45 PM(UTC)
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Beta araroaha you see half the tourist and locals.
The Fiordland and worth. This has nothing to do with Malta araroaha. Every bill has its distinctiveness. A waste? Don't agree.
Should the guy in any situation. There are places on teh araroaha no tourists don't know they dream. There are places he never went. Like all great trail You can always argue why it enters here and there. What I do agree with is that if Palm doesn't go the whole route so you might make some beautiful sections combine unrelated tracks. All or nothing or something. Imtl 40513.8107175926
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#134 Posted : Thursday, December 2, 2010 6:20:09 AM(UTC)
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I hope this deer doesn't sound arrogant, but I did at least 3 New Zealand climbing without seeing almost no one. There are those, Benz Mainly because the streaming of most tourists make great wax. I don't share the idea of doing all for just for the challenge, so it's hard for me to figure it out.
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#135 Posted : Thursday, December 2, 2010 11:52:04 AM(UTC)
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Ah. I didn't say see a lot of people. But to say these seen beta it was araroaha incorrect.
In Vox you can go crazy. It's really chicken growing column.
In my opinion, Tongariro saw hundreds of people in a few hours.

I understand that it's not for long. It's something else. The experience is completely different.

I think we agree that New Zealand is amazing in any form or way.
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#136 Posted : Thursday, December 2, 2010 1:21:43 PM(UTC)
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Eyal, I have a friend who was in New Zealand and Nepal and he argues for years that New Zealand is the most beautiful place in the world.
I always argue with him can't compare to anything and Nepal Himalayas is beautiful in the world but have not been in New Zealand for comparison.

What do you think? Which country is more beautiful?
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#137 Posted : Thursday, December 2, 2010 1:53:58 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = oded], I have a friend who was in New Zealand and Nepal and he argues for years that New Zealand is the most beautiful place in the world.
I always argue with him can't compare to anything and Nepal Himalayas is beautiful in the world but have not been in New Zealand for comparison.

What do you think? Which country is more beautiful?

The Israel trail already?

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#138 Posted : Thursday, December 2, 2010 2:00:00 PM(UTC)
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He compares Israel to New Zealand and to Nepal. Any nice place in itself to me individually, you can't compare what personal experiences to enter into discussion where better, Israel, our unique path and he, beautiful landscapes and beautiful and exciting trails have anywhere in the world.
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#139 Posted : Thursday, December 2, 2010 2:07:03 PM(UTC)
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Encourage,
Are you trying to kill me?

See
This powerful New Zealand paradise. The Himalayas are the gods of this world.
A place to compare Void. Just a completely different story and each person's experience of designing the way he catches the place visited.

I know people who have been in both places saying that Nepal and New Zealand ones and there are those who insist that there's nothing like Israel.
I'm all for Micronesia. They always make us.

WATERBOY, the
I went the Israel trail. Is beautiful, fascinating and went just as Israeli easier.

Members. Enjoy the globe. They left the country. The beautiful nature and intense care and limits settings.
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#140 Posted : Thursday, December 2, 2010 5:43:45 PM(UTC)
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All (or, in the language of the Bedouins in Sinai when they all loathe-Ward), and of course taste and personal experience stating no less and maybe more places.

Nevertheless, if allowed me usurps in response to his question of cheer: my experience in New Zealand was a bit boring-landscapes and nature, "" (I took out the HIT effect into account); While the baimliia-and-East, villages, monasteries etc. trekking paths add to the lot and experience beauty and interest.

In terms of landscapes and nature, New Zealand NET from very diverse (although, with the exception of Tongariro region, devoid of real) and enjoys unique natural phenomena, while the Himalayan peaks "views".

As for Himalayan peaks, I personally prefer the landscapes of the odd imlier, relatively rare in Nepal and Ladakh and Tibet widely.

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