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... 8211; still plenty of time.) I was going through a tiny village called Anon do Moncayo and I honestly couldn’t believe I was going to be able to get the van through what looked like alleyways! Not only that it was raining hard, the streets were cobbled and slippery, I was in 1st gear going up some of them, and the tyres were struggling to get grip. If I had met anything coming the other way god knows what I would have done. Don’t ever make me do that ...
We made it to Pamplona!!
We have now walked part of the Santiago de Comp Estella – or the Way of St James – but commonly referred to as The Camino or The Way.
This post may be disjointed as it covers 5 days and will be cut from Facebook but here goes…
Jen's post from Day 1 St Jean to Orisson and Day 2 Orisson to Roncesvalles
"We've walked almost 28 km across the Pyrenees, from France into Spain. Yesterday was ...
We were assigned bunks with two women and they were great (quiet) bunk mates. They went to bed early and our beds were still not made when we came home from dinner so D slept with a bed full of baggies, clothing items, and miscellaneous packing bits all strewn about his bunk. Unfortunately, all through the night we heard him trying to be quiet while rustling amoungst all the various packing things.
Thursday 30th April
Pamplona - St Jean Pied de Port
We had the morning to wander around Pamplona & sort out wi-fi for my new iPad, then off to the bus station.
What a day! The bus ride into St Jean Pied de Port, nestled in the foothills of the Pyrenees, was so full of twists & turns I got giddy!!.....but the scenery was spectacular.
... be invaders. Some of the mountains surrounding the city are still capped with snow and the mornings are pretty fresh. The weather has been amazing though, so sunny and warm. Made the mistake of wearing shorts on my first day and every single local stared at me. Seems they take the view that March = winter still and skin wont be exposed for at least a month or two.
Yesterday I took a bus to another town about 40kms south of Pamplona. Olite is it’s name and the main ...