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Camino Budget

Rob The Traveller

One question that many people ask whilst planning their Camino revolves around budgets. How much do things cost and how much money do I need to take.
So I thought that I would share my budget as well as a few financial related tips. So here is my budget for the Camino Frances during May/June 2015. OK, first a disclaimer! You can probably walk your Camino on a budget of 25-30 Euros a day (as at 2015). That will mean staying in shared accommodation, eating cheap meals, picnic lunches, maybe doing some cooking yourself and so on.

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29th of May – En Route to O Cebreiro

29th of May – En Route to O Cebreiro

Rob The Traveller

A Long Walk Uphill to O Cebreiro 5 kilometers out of Ambasmestas   Good news, bad news   Time for some heel supports   Topping up water   At the head of the pass   The final stretch   An interesting discovery   Reflections   I made it   A church stop   O Cebreiro church   My casa rural   A local resident   Inside my casa...

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23rd of May – Modern Living |  Staying in Hospital de Órbigo

23rd of May – Modern Living | Staying in Hospital de Órbigo

Rob The Traveller

As I sit in the dining room of the Hostal Don Suero in Hospital de Órbigo, I look over the ancient bridge where Don Suero conducted his battles in 1434. A number of kids from the town are gathering in the old jousting area. Whilst eating, I glanced up out of curiosity to see what they were up to. It soon becomes apparent that this is a rehearsal for some sort of festival.

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18th of May – En Route to Terradillos

18th of May – En Route to Terradillos

Rob The Traveller

Almost Halfway on the Camino de Santiago Leaving Carrion   Long section without water   Oasis   Oasis 2   A long straight road…   First Village   Where is the cafe?   I finally made it   Resting place for tonight   A pilgrim’s work is never...

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