No pooping sign aimed at pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago By Neville David ThomasJuly 30, 2014 ( 6 ) Advertisements Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Categories: PhotosTags: camino de santiago Related Articles Bettbrunn sunclock (on the Jakobsweg in Germany) By Neville David ThomasOctober 1, 2017 ( 2 ) Walking direction sign between Astorga and Ponferrada on the Camino Francés in northwest Spain. By Neville David ThomasSeptember 4, 2017 Le Puy-en-Velay pilgrim passport stamp (on le Chemin Saint Jacques de Compostelle in France) By Neville David ThomasMay 24, 2017 6 comments › Marianne July 30, 2014 • 5:48 PM Oh dear! Reply ↓ Camino Pilgrim Nev July 30, 2014 • 6:45 PM Yes, I actually offended on behalf of all pilgrims 🙂 Reply ↓ Argelia Truluck. July 30, 2014 • 10:43 PM In my humble opinion: Perhaps before when there were not such large numbers of people passing through, nothing was said or done…but as years pass and more & more locals wake up to find an ” unsolicited gift ” left with more frequency,probably near where they grow their food, [ even if not just an unpleasant sight…] maybe we can understand THEIR perspective on the issue. Pilgrims are just passing by…They LIVE there… So it seems like a legitimate and not exactly disrespectful request. Again ,that is only my humble opinion… [ Sent from San Francisco, California.] Reply ↓ linaprima July 30, 2014 • 11:02 PM Thought I would comment in Spanish as well. En mi humilde opinion: En tiempos historicos, y a travez de los anos los ” lugarenos” o’ personas locales no se quejaban, porque quizas’ los numeros de viajeros y peregrinos transitando por sus tierras no eran tan numerosos como en estos tiempos…Pero al pasar del tiempo levantarse de manana, para encontrar “un regalito no solicitado”, probablemente cerca de donde crecen su hortaliza y alimentos,[ y aun que no fuese cerca de sus alimentos,] igual algo no muy placentero con que ” toparse” en su propiedad… Quizas’ podamos entender un poquito la PERSPECTIVA DE ELLOS AL RESPECTO… los Peregrinos solo van de paso…ellos tienen que vivir al li’… Asi que me parece legitimo y NO falto de respeto que pidan la gente busque un lugar adecuado para hacer sus necesidades biologicas…Repito, esta es solamente mi humilde opinion. [ Enviado desde San Francisco, California.] Reply ↓ linaprima July 31, 2014 • 2:14 AM In my humble opinion,we should not be offended by the sign…In historical times,perhaps there had not been as much traffic on the Camino as in present day with increased popularity every year,more and more people/ pilgrims travel those routes;subsequently becoming a more frequent occurrence, for people to wake up in the morning to find someone has left an “unwanted gift” in or nearby their property, maybe near where they grow their food…[ even if not close to their vegetable garden,] still an unpleasant sight..maybe we can understand THEIR perspective on the issue. Pilgrims are just “passing by”, the residents LIVE there… So it seems like a legitimate and not exactly disrespectful request to post a sign… [ Sent from San Francisco, California.] Reply ↓ Camino Pilgrim Nev July 31, 2014 • 5:20 AM Hi! Thank you for contributing to the post with your comments. I do understand your opinion, but it is just that this sign was one of many on show to all in one particular village on the less trodden section of the Camino; on the alternate route from Triacastela to Samos. I think there were 10 signs in total. Pooping sign overkill 🙂 Wishing you a great day! Nev 🙂 Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.