Camino de Santiago -Camino Portugues


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June 1st 2020
Published: June 1st 2020
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Having completed the Kumano Kodo last year and learned that by completing both the Camino de Santiago and Kumano Kodo you became a Dual Pilgrim, I decided to tackle the Camino de Santiago. In researching the many Caminos, I decided that my decision of which path to take would be decided on two things. Firstly, I wanted a path less travelled and secondly I wanted to complete the hike earlier in the... Read Full Entry



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Hello Spain, no border patrol, no Police, just walk across the bridge.
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On the way to Porrini, another old Roman bridge.
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On the way to Redondela. Just a great feeling walking alone on these lovely tracks. Very calming.
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On the way to Ponteverda
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On the way to Padron. Again, a great place to walk and think
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10kms to go !!! What a great feeling. Total Kms travelled to Santiago was 640kms. Loved it !!
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Made it to Santiago de Compostela. Outside Cathedral, which was closed. Great trip.



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