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DannyR  
#1 Posted : Sunday, October 25, 2015 4:28:18 PM(UTC)
DannyR

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Hello everyone,

My name is Daniel and I am a student of industrial design in Berlin. During school I started working on a project in the field of zero-pollution "and my mission is to plan and design a travel service position. Don't worry, the intention is not to something bigger that is destroying the landscape and nature, but to little in the way of travelling and is there to support and help.

So I wanted to hear from experts and experienced what is really needed and necessary during long legs? Care especially through Santiago and Israel trail.

Water, electricity, food. What else can relieve the journey? You can also refer to specific weather conditions or different routes.

Also in the field of safety and call for help or advice. I intentionally left open questions as much as possible because you know more than I do and know best what you need.

Wait for responses,

Daniel

You can also send me email if you want dreiss88@gmail.com

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Amtrak  
#2 Posted : Sunday, October 25, 2015 4:55:10 PM(UTC)
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On the track "easy" as the way to Santiago, you don't need anything special. There is a special issue of weather (rain, but not much else, in season), water, food, or weight.
For Israel, the main challenge is water (in the southern part of the trail).

Long trails in the United States sometimes encounter on Trail Magic-cooler with soft drinks, beer or maybe someone left some cook out someone doing near the road, and all passing aiikrim instead of food. It's Magic (in my opinion) is a surprise. If there is a fixed position of sodas somewhere along the path. But it doesn't feel as special as Trail Magic ".

In summary, I don't think missing special things to alleviate. When there are difficult and challenging trails, difficulty and challenge is part of it. If they become short walks between loading positions, feed and water, they lose much of their magic.
יענקל'ה סער  
#3 Posted : Sunday, October 25, 2015 5:09:23 PM(UTC)
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There are no special problems in these two trails, all Atocha have. I can write you can establish on Israel

Cabins like apalch but for the more than 300 trail angels and cheap accommodations that give excellent solutions.

The Negev has a problem of water, Amtrak noted, and that there are solutions that only get better over time. Other long trails, nor,

Prefer not to touch nature it also says not to mark the path at all.

DannyR  
#4 Posted : Thursday, November 5, 2015 5:06:11 PM(UTC)
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First, I wanted to thank you for the bonoth, they helped me to understand the mind of the traveler.

Secondly, I would like to connect to help and to answer a few questions in English I've built.

The answers you need for me to continue my work on the project which has been changed, but the general theme Greece remains similar.

The answers can also meet Hebrew:

Questions about one of your trips (can be the hardest, the LOGEST can calculate/the best/...):

How long have you been traveling? And where?

What is the purpose infusion of your journey? (Please answer only if you want)

In what climates have you been traveling?

How do you travel? (By foot, car, bus, getting, train ...) And how often do you use each of them?

What kind of as do you carry? And also what kind of electrical equipment program (means of communication, gadgets, survival objects, and others) do you use during your journey, at the rest-stops.

Do you travel alone? If you travel with others, do you share as electrical?

Do you source, use renewable energy (solar, wind, water streams, falls) during your journey?

How often is it windy, sunny when you travel?

Do you often encounter water streams and water falls on your way?

As an experienced in many other things, what are the traveler that a traveler can not take with him (physically) but are required and needed during a long journey? 1) In terms of electricity (can be also for personal convenience). 2) In terms of survival.

Thanks for the watch and help.

You can send your answers to dreiss88@gmail.com email

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