Saturday, June 18, 2016

Larrasoaña to Pamplona.

We made it to Pamplona today. We're a couple weeks early for the running of the bulls. Corrie has a family friend here though so we're going to take tomorrow off and visit her family. My phone says we've taken about 130k steps in the past 3 days and walked 53 miles... The distance seems a bit higher than what's on the map, but that does quantify why my feet are a bit sore. A rest day will be really nice. 

Early morning mist on our walk to breakfast. 

One of the streams we walked over today. 

My Spanish isn't great, but I'm pretty sure this dam and mill started operation in the 12th century. 

Corrie crossing the bridge into Pamplona. Also originally built in the 12th century and rebuilt in the 14th it's still solid today. 

A statue for the running of the bulls. I think it's interesting the statue shows the fallen as well as those outrunning the bulls. 

One of our hosts slicing jamon for lunch. We've had some good meals along the Camino, but today's lunch was definitely the best yet. 


  1. Nick! This is Rodrigo, very nice to hear that you enjoyed the ham and being with us at home!!!! It was a pleasure! You also had a good technique slicing the jamón!! I will take one when I go to Alaska!