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BHinSanDiego
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BHinSanDiego

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    1. Buffalo Girl
      Buffalo Girl
      Hi BH
      I haven't been on the forum for awhile, busy busy, but I'm happy to report I'm flying out of Detroit this Wednesday, the 25th, to start my Camino. I have everything I need, probably too much, and I'm ready as I'll ever be.
      Thanks for the advice and I'll light a candle for you.
      Take care,
      BG
    2. BHinSanDiego
      BHinSanDiego
      I took Express Bouricot, they are a shuttle service and pick up passengers at the train station. From what I've read lately they are charging more this year than last, but if you have a group they are cheaper.http://www.expressbourricot.com/en.htmlBarry
    3. IAN ROLFE
      IAN ROLFE
      Can you tell me how you then got from Pampolona to St jean...
    4. Terri e
      Terri e
      Hi I also live in San diego and will be doing the camino solo for the first time. I leave April 11 to fly to London. Spend a couple of days with family then off to St. Jean. Excited but anxious also. Have been doing a little training on Iron Mtn and Mission Trails. Broken in boots but yet to hike with pack. I will only have 14 days of walking but hope to return next year and complete. I need to contact family probably every 4 days, have old phone and will pick up SIM card in UK so at least can text family in UK but how about wi-fi along the way....3 teenage children with grandma so need to check in sadly!
    5. Buffalo Girl
      Buffalo Girl
      Hi
      I am planning my trip for the exact time that you did yours last year, plus or minus a couple days....and I am a solo hiker. How were the other travelers? about what age? Were the albergues easy to find and clean? Was it easy to find a bed if you are not so fast of a walker!?? What didn't you pack that you wish you did, and what were you glad you had with you?
      Thanks
    6. BHinSanDiego
      BHinSanDiego
      I began my Camino on May 22 2010 in St Jean and arrived in Santiago de Compostela on June 23. My Camino took 33 days to complete. Not a day goes by that I don't think about it, or have an opportunity to tell someone about the Camino and my Camino.
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    Location:
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    Occupation:
    Retired Fire Dept