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Camino de Santiago, Day 17: Villambistia to Ages

Posted on Saturday, May 18, 2013

The scenery really changed today. We’ve gone from minor hills to a major one and from waving grain to forest and wild heather. Still, it was raining. Still it was freezing…

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Camino de Santiago, Day 11: Viana to Logronos

Posted on Sunday, May 12, 2013

We had a short day because my feet were so painful with blisters. Fortunately, the walk was flat and dry and I was able to wear Crocs the whole way. No way…

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Camino de Santiago, Day 10: Los Arcos to Viana

Posted on Saturday, May 11, 2013

Our one roommate at the hostel felt the need to wake up at 6 am and repack her whole bag which must have had 10,000 zippers. Or at least it sounded that way. The…

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Camino de Santiago, Day 9: Lorca to Los Arcos

Posted on Friday, May 10, 2013

This was a long day we didn’t exactly plan for. I was especially tired this morning for no obvious reason. Dragging right out of the gate. Our goal was to get to Villamayor de Monjardin…

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Camino de Santiago, Day 8: Uterga to Lorca

Posted on Thursday, May 9, 2013

Today was the day of poppies, vineyards, rain and mud and intoxicating aromas of oregano, honeysuckle, jasmine and fennel. The landscape is changing now. It’s flatter than…

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Camino de Santiago, Day 3: Roncesvalles to Zubiri

Posted on Sunday, May 5, 2013

Everyone said today was going to be so easy after yesterday. Liars! Today we walked 21 kilometers (13 miles) and it took me about 7 hours. Jamie made it in 6 hours. We walk separately…

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Camino de Santiago, Day 2: Orisson to Roncesvalles

Posted on Friday, May 3, 2013

Today we started early with breakfast at the refuge which again included coffee in bowls and bread with butter. Jamie went ahead because I needed to bandage my feet and truth be told I was…

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Starting the Camino de Santiago

Posted on Wednesday, May 1, 2013

There is a direct bus from Pamplona to St. Jean Pied-du-Port, France. The cost is 20 euros. You can purchase the ticket from Window #2 at the Pamplona bus station. If you are prone to motion…

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