Today was an easier walk–the road was compacted and rocks were much smaller. I spent the evening in Estella–man Spaniards love to party–all night. As I left my lodging a large group were drinking and singing. Upon seeing me they … Continue reading →
Longest day on the road as the route went up and down hills all day. The apex was near wind turbines: Once on the hilltop one was confronted with lifesize wrought iron sculpture of medieval pilgrims: From this point the … Continue reading →
For many Pamplona is a place for R & R after a couple of days of walking. It’s a walled city from the north and one enters over an old stone bridge — this is part of its charm: … Continue reading →
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Photos can tell a story: A Roofer’s nightmare–right? Stopped for a sandwich: Witch country: A quest for repentance-after the destruction of covens: Papa was a presence: Not in Kansas anymore: How far do I need to go? Wait it’s this: … Continue reading →
After two full travel days I arrived in St. Jean Pied de Port aka St Jean at the foot of the hill. I was taken aback by the large number “older” pilgrims — I’m also in my upper middle age … Continue reading →