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Had a relaxed day exploring St Jean Pied de Port. Climbed up to the citadel which gave you great views over the city, and then walked in the cobbled stone alleyways of the old town where the beginning of The Way was filmed. We both brought a shell to tie onto our backpack which is a very common pilgrim thing to do! Enjoyed pizza, salad and ice …
Had a long day today travelling from Paris by 2 trains to Bayonne then on to Saint Jean Pied de Port. Great to finally be at the start point of our trip. Still getting used to broad daylight at 8 30 at night! Enjoyed watching some Olympic coverage during our meal in the town. So pleased to have time to acclimatise tomorrow before setting out on our walk.
Finally arrived in St Jean Pied de Port. Unfortunately the berths for the train were not available. Trying to sleep in train was just as tough as in the plane. It's been 48 hours without any real sleep so we splurged in St-J-P-de-Port and got a hotel. Luckily the beer and wine kept us from getting cranky. We also met a few Camino travelers. Don …
... but also a way to raise awareness and funds for the Victorian Aboriginal Health Centre which is likely to close down if they are unable to raise enough funds. Their global target (including for others who are trying to raise money) is $100,000, an amount which will guarantee the centre remain open for another 2 years. They are openly technophobes,; do not own a TV, only purchased a smartphone ...
Aug 27 on this day we left Toulouse for Saint Jean Pied de Port. This involved transfers between two trains and a bus. we were delighted with the town. Very much a resort town for Europeans doing short holidays and hiking and the other large contingent of Camino pilgrims, we attended a mass where all pilgrims were asked to identify themselves and their country. The ...