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gerundino63

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Camino Santiago de Compostella 

Hi dear foro members,

My long sharished dream seems to happen after summer.
I am going to walk the pilgtimage route to Santiago de Compostella, starting in Saint-Jean-pied-de-Port.
Starting around 25 August till around 6 oktober.

Any of you ever did the Camino?

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rombsix

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RE: Camino Santiago de Compostella (in reply to gerundino63

I haven't but my ex did and she loved it. It was very difficult on her feet, though, and she got a bunch of blisters afterwards, so prepare well and make sure you stay at nice places on the way as she stayed in hostels that ended up being unsafe.

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gerundino63

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RE: Camino Santiago de Compostella (in reply to rombsix

Thanks for the tips Ramzi,
I will try to be prepared as good as possible

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Goldwinghai

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RE: Camino Santiago de Compostella (in reply to gerundino63

That’s 780 km and 41 days, average 19km (11 miles) a day. Several people I know did some parts of the Camino for either one or two weeks. They totally enjoyed it and encouraged me to do one week.
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