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Please Play Nice!

Discussion in 'Religion and Spirituality' started by Leslie, Aug 2, 2008.

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    Wily.....I would not recommend walking the VdlP in August. It was 55c (over 120F) for the first two weeks. I was the only pilgrim walking and was alone at all albergues. I did meet my wife in Salamanca (about half way) and the temp cooled into the high 90+. It is a long camino of 1000 km so both the terrain and weather changes as you walk.
    Most people walk the VdlP in late September/October or April/May/June.

    Most serial pilgrims tend to fall in love with the VdlP and I think you might want to give it a look.
     
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