Hola from Pamplona, Day 5 of our Camino de Santiago

Saint Jean Pied de Port – Sept 8th, a beautiful little town, unfortunately we didn’t stay long. The attendants at the Camino office were very helpful, and we receipt our first pilgrim’s stamp. Here are just a few of the photos that were promised. St Jean Pied de Port Sunrise at the Orrison Augerge. Here is Bill enjoying the view, our walk from Orrison to Roncesvalles These are from our first days on the Camino, more stories and photos to follow. Internet service, time and energy are not what we expected! Today we walked form Roncesvalles to Zubiri. We will tell that story tomorrow, when we are able to process the images.

The buildings of St. Jean Pied de Port, France reflected in the river Nive, our view as we start our walk to Orrison the first stop on our camino.

the view as we walked away from Orrison Auberge 7:30 am

Bill enjoying the view as we near Pic D’Orrison, it is early morning and fog still fills the valleys.

Just a couple of photos from the first two days. We have travelled two more exhausting days since the photos were taken, with neither internet of brain power to upload photos, process or post on the blog. Arriving in Pamplona mid afternoon yesterday we are taking a rest day and hope to see the city, as well as add another post and photos the afternoon.

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13 thoughts on “Hola from Pamplona, Day 5 of our Camino de Santiago

    • Hola, Stewart! unfortunately we were only passing through St. Jean. We spent a little time at the Camino office and then walked to Orrison. No Toros running through the streets in Pamplona today, but we did see the Cathedral, if there is time I will post some pictures. more adventures and photos to come……

  1. It looks stunning! I can’t wait to see more pictures. You knew the first week or two would be an adjustment, just keep going!! Love you – Keri

  2. Thanks for linking to my blog! I’m fascinated by the camino – can’t wait to learn more about it and start planning my own.

  3. Did you pack just right or too much??? The views are spectacular!!! Slow and steady and you will absolutely reach your goal!

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