Camino De Santiago
Feb 24, 2020 at 12:07 am #3632952PamhikesBPL Member
This is excellent! I’ve really enjoyed reading it. Thank you for the linkFeb 24, 2020 at 6:21 am #3632969obx hikerBPL Member
The thanks belongs to Amy and James. Their trip reports are a BPL treasure trove of valuable and entertaining and reliable information.Feb 27, 2020 at 1:58 pm #3633458darrell johnsonBPL Member
@bombayLocale: in the woods
I’m afraid a large majority of the 6 different Camiño’s we had done were cobbled or asphalt/road, but each trip was worth it,
the GR20 was much more remote, might be worth considering, and tag on Porto to Santiago leg of the Portuguese Camiño if you made the trip over, possibly get the best of both and the Camiño you had wantedFeb 27, 2020 at 3:17 pm #3633467PamhikesBPL Member
Thank you Darrell for your input. After doing more research I realize that this Camino might be a little too popular for me. However, I may do a section that isn’t traveled as much. I do prefer some solidarity and love the idea of walking through historic villages. I’ll definitely look into the GR20 as you suggested. I appreciate it very much. My flight is in September so I have a bit of time to nail down a plan.
Amy&James have some excellent ideas and I have loved looking at there blog.
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