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Antonis said: Yo Misma New Member. O, help, now you are scaring me.. I am leaving in 1 week from Porto, and I hoped to have a quiet walk without worrying about finding a bed, because I hated that at the CF! Yo Misma said: Oppis Active Member Donating Member. CP , Primitivo, Mozarabe, Norte Don't worry pilgrims. No problems from Lisbon so far with accommondations. Now staying in Coimbra. Today recerved Hostelroom for Porto; hundreds of variations available.
Still wandering some scaring opinions. Bom Caminho. Just walked into Coimbra also, but had booked ahead on booking. It's very busy due to Easter and school holidays. All sharing the same accommodation options. Busy in the city, I agree. Almost impossible to move at University campus. Seen only one pilgrim headingto Fatima so far. Possibly increasing among next days becauae of coming celebration days on of may. Just a reminder for pilgrims on the CP that 25th April is a public holiday.
I have seen it listed as Freedom Day and also Liberation Day. When I was in Porto last year it meant I had to wait 24 hours before starting walking as the post offices were closed and I needed to send a box of unwanted stuff forward to Ivar in SdC for safekeeping. SEB said: You will be fine, I walked from Porto starting on April 26 and had no problems finding somewhere to stay.
The only time I nearly missed out was because I arrived late at Rates having limped there owing to blisters on my first day.
I was glad that I had booked ahead to reserve a place at Casa Fernanda because, when I arrived there, others who had not booked were being turned away because it was full. You may be correct in your assessment falcon but with regard to casa fernanda there is always a need to pre-book to stay there because it is so popular. Letsgocamino Member.
Hi I guess all these dont apply to the portoguese costal way, right? I believe May 1st is a Spanish if not Portugese holiday and that makes it a long weekend this year. Hi alipilgrim there are rooms available at Matoshinos which has a regular metro service to and from Porto centre, also Vila Nova de Gaia, just across the river from Porto might be worth a look. Maybe it's just me, but if I was in a group of pilgrims who had all met on a Camino and there was someone obviously not in a group, but sharing the same dorm, I would not ignore them when it came to eating out etc.
Some people are inconsiderate.
Caminos can be tough on introverts. Last edited by a moderator: Apr 17, She gave me a hot cup of chamomile tea. She was an English woman and is now a dear friend. Another was a woman from Amsterdam who persuaded me to try another day rather than give up on the CP when I was ill, then there was the ex-submariner who looked out for me because I took a long time arriving at the albergue in Gonzar, and,when he walked back to meet me said 'you never leave a man behind' even though I am an elderly woman, then there was the man working behind the bar in a village after Puente La Reina who gave me a bed in his own home after learning I had nowhere to stay.
My point is that the majority of people we meet are good human beings, and that benevolent humanity is not exclusive to any nationality.
Sometimes we simply don't think in relation to reaching out to others, but I am sure it it is not usually the result of any lack of kindness, it can be that the other person gives the impression that they want some personal space, understandable especially when living in such close proximity with fellow pilgrims as we do when walking the Camino. C clearly Veteran Member Donating Member. Seville-Astorga Mar Mozarabe Apr-May Ironic that it's often English people who the culprits.
Thank god I don't live there anymore. Frances and Portuguese. This year has had 2, more pilgrims Wednesday through Saturday of Easter week than last year! That is over a per day increase.
Daily statistics are not published for the various Caminos, but the Camino Frances and Camino Portugues are the two busiest routes annually.
Summer pilgrims should be hoping that it is just a trend for Easter I understand that May is Corpus Christi: Will that also make the CP more crowded during that time?
It is always wise to do research and pay attention to any special feast, holiday, or religious event like the Papal visit to Fatima. Given the origins of the Camino de Santiago, and the fact that many of the pilgrims are observant or devout Christians, surges in interest and traffic on at least the major camino routes Frances and Portuguese should be anticipated.
Do plan ahead. As regards the Papal Visit to Fatima, it is likely that the CP from Lisbon and from Porto may see heavier than normal traffic leading up to the visit. I will arrive in Porto on 6 May for two nights, having walked from Lisbon. I start from there on 27 April. Lord willing, and legs cooperating, I will be able to keep to this very ambitious pace. At least I can anticipate warm, sunny weather I hope Leaving the Cathedral in Porto, there are two sets of arrows.
The yellow arrows direct the pilgrim toward Santiago de Compostela. The blue arrows, toward Fatima. Hence, I reasonably expect a wave of Fatima-bound walking pilgrims to leave Porto on 7, 8, or 9 May to be at Fatima for when His Holiness arrives on 12 May. It also helps to have a Plan B for each day you are walking.
This takes care of lodging. All you need to do is get there. Plan B might include staying at an alternative albergue, a municipal, or walking further on to obtain a bed. I hope this helps. Anemone del Camino Guest. Those on Easter holiday have gone home starting yesterday, Saturday. Apprarently traffic at the entrance of large cities is heavy, but the Camino is quiet again, I have to say I really enjoyed the Easter traffic from middle aged professionals from all over Europe, walking for their week off.
Met some very interesting people. Now it's back to retirees. Anemone del Camino said: When did Easter fall last year? Easter was March Happy Easter to you today! Giopomerol Member. Life itself is a Camino.
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Kathar1na said: Pope Francis will pay a short visit to Fatima on 12 and 13 May this year. I have no idea whether this will have any repercussions for the number of foot pilgrims on the Portuguese camino. Caminogirl New Member. Hi Caminogirl, the number is: The post by Albertinho on this forum dated February 15 gives all the details, again, sorry my computer skills are insufficient to know how to link to a previous post. Fernanda speaks good English and will help if she can.
Mind the time zone. Portugal is in the same time zone as London, England. If you look at a map of Europe you can see the Portugal, and indeed most of Spain, is well west of the rest of Continental Europe. The Spanish time zone arrangement goes back to the late s, when General Franco opted to align his country's time zone with Germany In fact, when you walk across the bridge from Valenca, Portugal to Tui, Spain, you must change your watch ahead one hour.
Thornley Veteran Member. Kimmo Olari said: When is the Corpus Christi long weekend? Thank-you for the clarification on Corpus Christi, Ascension! You must log in or register to reply here. OLDER threads on this topic. Perverts and bed bugs Started by dink56 Oct 21, Replies: Camino Portugues. No beds on the last km into Santiago Started by roryparnellmooney Aug 9, Replies:Your father stood away from the both of you, in his usual dashiki, milk-coloured cowries coiled round his neck.
Project Daddy. Before We Start In this busy world, we are all pressed for time. My point is that the majority of people we meet are good human beings, and that benevolent humanity is not exclusive to any nationality.
Hes a rockerthrough and through. Some people are inconsiderate.