… I haven’t seen the Blessed Virgin Mary in my toast yet telling me otherwise, so I suppose that means my plans to walk the Way of St. James are still on. For those who are serious about going with me, here is the information I have thus far.
In October 2013, I will be walking the entire Camino Frances route, starting from St. Jean Pied de Port, on the French side of the Pyrenees and finishing about 35 days and 780km later in Santiago, Spain.
Do not be dissuaded if you are unable to walk the entire route. I understand most of us don’t get to take a full month off from work, with the standard vacation length usually around 2 weeks.
Those who can squeeze out 3 weeks can arrange to meet around Burgos, those have only 2 weeks can meet me in León or Ponferrada, and anyone else who is only interested or able to do the final 100 km can join me in Sarria. To receive the certificate for completing the Camino de Santiage all that is required is the final 100 km.
I will continue to update any plan changes that may arise and as soon as things get more finalized I will be able to present you with a cost.
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