Camino Inglés 2017

My Camino Inglés 2017 itinerary:

May 28 Paris flight to Santiago, train from Santiago to A Coruña. Siteseeing/Camino training. Walked 13 miles. 

May 29 A Coruna sightseeing and bus to Ferrol. Walked 9 miles. 

May 30 Ferrol to Neda. Walked 9.5 miles w/backpack and 4 miles siteseeing. 

View from my room in Neda

View from my room in Neda

I’m glad I didn’t take the shortcut bridge to Pontedeume! 


May 31 Neda to Pontedeume

June 1 Pontedeume to Betanzos

June 2 Betanzos to Presedo

June 3 Presedo to Bruma

June 4 Bruma to Sigueiro

June 5 Sigueiro to Santiago
June 5 – 8 Santiago

June 9 fly back to Paris to meet husband 

June 9-12 Paris Marais

June 13-14 Train trip Trouville Sur Mer

June 15-18 Paris Montmartre 

I will post detailed route reports on this blog. Until then, I posted photos on my Facebook page at Facebook.com/caminoprovides

I also shared some photos on instagram at instagram.com/caminoprovides.

It was so good to be back in España! France was fun too.

Buen Camino!

6 thoughts on “Camino Inglés 2017

  1. Buen Camino! I suggest having breakfast before departing Pontedeume. The hill leading out of Pontedeume is steep and will require some energy. Enjoy your journey.

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  2. Laurie, I’m enjoying your chronicle of the Camino Ingles. I tentatively plan to do it next year (perhaps as a follow on to walking another long walk in the UK). I depart for Scotland on 5 August to walk the West Highland Way, then to St. Jean to walk over the hill and down to Pamplona, and finally to Tineo to retrace my steps and complete the Camino Primitivo. Enjoy your travels and Buen Camino! Mike, aka Fog City Boy.

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