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#121 Posted : Thursday, September 13, 2012 12:56:21 PM(UTC)
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Hi Ma,

Some Forum, had a sigh of relief when I found him,
My friend and I want to travel two weeks in Camino, I wanted to ask you what are the costs and if you can send me email, materials and accessories

Thank you very much.


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#122 Posted : Friday, September 14, 2012 1:25:33 AM(UTC)
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Hello
I land at 29.9 in Madrid and going to do unfortunately only 8-10 days of akmino. The question is in the section mlown until the ocean best thing and can skip sections on them (if possible, transport ...), where should I start?
I could also email material
Talilan13@gmail.com
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#123 Posted : Friday, September 14, 2012 12:30:07 PM(UTC)
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The NIR-my computer and don't have access to maps and offering material check in thread and others about Camino and see who asked me in two weeks and ask him to deliver it to you.

Tal – take a bus to ponprda. 10 days from Santiago. It is the most beautiful thing. Connected there throughout the track and you can always skip ahead.

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#124 Posted : Monday, September 17, 2012 10:59:28 AM(UTC)
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Hey Ma,
I wanted to know if I finish the trail in Santiago if any seaside town, is recommended to take her and her good transport to Madrid?
In addition I didn't receive email maps and stuff, my email is listed in the profile.
Thank you and happy new year.
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#125 Posted : Monday, September 17, 2012 11:36:04 AM(UTC)
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All transportation through Santiago lmdrid. From Santiago to go there moksia many coastal towns, I know them because I do not need to also check weather that late September, though.

About the maps-on Wednesday I'm not near my computer.

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#126 Posted : Tuesday, September 18, 2012 12:32:30 PM(UTC)
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Hey Tal, happy new year.
I would recommend pnistra which is the end point for those who want to end up in the ocean. Santiago transportation have and recommend pnistra to be at least and predicted to participate in burning the lighthouse of pnistra [the end of the world according to the ancient world]
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#127 Posted : Tuesday, September 18, 2012 3:41:06 PM(UTC)
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Okay, thanks for the suggestion,
And between ponprda to Santiago to have extreme air monitor in early October? Or just rains. It also has accommodation that will be closed during this period?
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#128 Posted : Tuesday, September 18, 2012 7:41:13 PM(UTC)
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Another little question. No problem to use someone else's Pilgrim certificate?
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#129 Posted : Wednesday, September 19, 2012 11:57:05 AM(UTC)
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Tal-rainy area in General, always be prepared for rain.

Accommodation-won't be a problem.

Someone else's certificate-don't think it's a problem. Just remember that if you search.

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#130 Posted : Saturday, September 22, 2012 2:24:57 PM(UTC)
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Hey Tal why someone else's certificate-you can't have no certificate of certificate name Pilgrim in Pilgrim's Office in Santiago to anyone who passes 100 km [serie] chnel if you go to pinstera I think there lsmi certificates
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#131 Posted : Saturday, September 22, 2012 4:53:19 PM(UTC)
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Because my brother has already made some akmino and Pilgrim certificate so I thought I'd just use. In ponprda you can get
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#132 Posted : Monday, October 15, 2012 5:02:30 PM(UTC)
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Hi,
I plan to go to baseball next week.
And deciding where to start and where to fly.
The best time I can travel is 45 days (including pauses) which of course quite a bit.
Seen to start with France oloron and would love to do that, then where should I fly? Toulouse/Madrid/Barcelona? I'd love to start in France in order to benefit from another country in a journey. Most recommended places to start.
Do you know cheap airlines to buy them a one-way ticket? I would love to land in one place and get back from somewhere else.
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#133 Posted : Monday, October 15, 2012 7:37:29 PM(UTC)
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Please call me I can help better. 0522791953

OLORON – this is the section leading from Arles, France and the Pyrenees South of the popular route. This route is less mtweir and less infrastructure. Especially the Spanish section.

I recommend taking the normal route.

If gross big idiot to go 45 days I suggest you start in France in ST PALAIS town which can be reached by train. Go all for including the excerpt to Finisterre.

Fly to Toulouse and from there by train to ST PALAIS.

About one-way ticket--I think that expensive. Suggest that you purchase a return ticket to Toulouse and return from Madrid with change. Although 45 days which suggested you allow you to plan a day back.

This is no regular flights in here. For a long ride so insignificant for another 100 bucks for the ticket.

It is important to get ready for rain gear and warm clothing.

Santiago flight on EASYJET or RYANAIR to Madrid.

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#134 Posted : Monday, October 22, 2012 6:32:39 PM(UTC)
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Recently returned from three weeks in baseball and we trekked with a year and three months. Was very successful. She enjoyed, we enjoyed. She was a star throughout which there and everybody Albergue played her, kishkasho her mixture of languages and think about us. She received lots of gifts and the amount of equipment carried only grew as a result.

Total trip was very comfortable and very flexible. We recommend Yes-with a child who has a child (and who does so a child is generally recommended )

About the dagotheno night dormatori rooms disappeared because she just sleeps. And except for two nights had (perfect timing to the teeth), she's not too bothered at night and sleep with her mom in bed and sleep there at night to clean and. .. In short – highly recommended and very possible.

Yes it's breathtaking (begun ronsswis — and the first two days were pretty fired up), but you can explore when some cooler (season of trips in the Sierras) and pilgrimage experience.

This is just to inform parents who are debating some where you can go sightseeing with kid.

Chao

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#135 Posted : Monday, October 22, 2012 7:24:32 PM(UTC)
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Wow.  I remove my hat.

The book carried some weight on his back each of you? How would carry the baby? What would you do if there was crying? When she's cried what did the others in the room?

How far did you do pleace How much per day? Sun.? A public gathering Albergue and/or private? Booking a place while walking? Weather-

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#136 Posted : Saturday, November 10, 2012 1:07:41 PM(UTC)
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So we were carrying too much weight. — I carried her and her equipment (15-16 pounds) we have a kid and he's doiiter comfort comfortable, she slept with him. My dear husband dragged the rest (more than I carried, of course). At some point we realized that we can explore even with less water than we thought (a pint of man and half litre bag to spare) at first also bought food and then carried him along really chvdeno ourselves. Later tpnkano and already eaten way bars (but always needed to get us food available for a child).

In the two nights she cried, to answer your question, we as possible and gave her Nurofen after she fell asleep and shakes. Others don't say anything-there is a almost always in public, including Albergue Albergue in Pamplona (Mary and Jesus, something like that)-it's actually kind of a cathedral that was inside but all cells (200 people) there is basically one giant room and tonight was one of the hardest nights (nowhere to go) days later people didn't know track told us they remembered from Pamplona. We're very and apologized to her as to the United Nations were very tolerant and said things like, ' at least it stops that my ear lnachor snorted ' etc.

At the beginning of the track we like everybody else (except kicking, as above), and were fixed with very nice. Later we realized that we were not really able to keep up with 20 + miles a day and reduced rate. It was towards Logro?o, Wine Festival and got stuck there for another day, intended:

Side story-bought a bus ticket to the logo (near Sarri?) at noon and we put one of the cases because it was our luggage by bus at night, but apparently the station (our case) closes 11:00 and there is, of course, someone to talk to. So spending a long night out and cool (13 degrees) on the streets of Logro?o. Shady experience (as it was with child, and in General).

So as you see, the 110 + miles there, but made them very slowly descended upon us rain four days (and we spent mainly in restaurants and bars--went a little more than 10 km each day) bought at portomerin – where capes started. And already some small enough-amnsha-won't matter when she insisted to go (it was cute, but slow), in short, we zdachlano to Santiago de Compostela (Albergue all evening, met the same people). In the end we went to see the pinsteriia (we had a long flight) and it was beautiful.

Long story short (too late for that, isn't it?) went about 220 km net weeks. All other time went on to distinguish between the ronsswis, and in the end (including two bratlanoh). Didn't have a reservation and it was fine.

Sorry about the dig, this may not sound like that but it was a great trip so I'm always happy to chat about.

Thank you for the helpful forum.

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#137 Posted : Sunday, November 11, 2012 2:32:39 PM(UTC)
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Hi Ma!
My husband and I want to explore Camino along with our son (now 10 months old).
We have three weeks to explore and we fly in may, is may weather is suitable for a walk with the baby (how cold/raining this month)?
May

Thanks a lot!
Lena raved
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#138 Posted : Sunday, November 11, 2012 3:22:06 PM(UTC)
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Certainly, at aikrbkrim. Rainy-of course.

On thought.

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#139 Posted : Sunday, November 11, 2012 4:06:11 PM(UTC)
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Many thanks for the quick response!
I still haven't planned your trip due concern unfriendly weather.
This season is early June?
If so, I'd love to beautiful sections and recommendations of interest where the higher temperatures and lower rainfall.

Thanks again,
Lana.

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#140 Posted : Monday, November 12, 2012 12:21:03 PM(UTC)
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There is no difference, always ready to rain on trails in Europe.

About the cold, cool to cold in the mornings. Try to evaluate recommendations that went before, what is the maximum distance you can go. The best part is the end of the trail in Spain to Santiago.

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