My city is one of the main stages of the Way of St. James or Camino de Santiago. Through our streets, we see everyday dozens of pilgrims with their backpacks, walking towards the next stage. Some of them wear the shell, symbol of the pilgrimage. From our city (Pamplona) they have to walk 700.5 kilometres (about 435 miles) to reach Santiago. Three or four weeks walking through paths and roads with stops in special hostels prepared for them all along the way. They come from all around the world. Here are pictures of some of the ones I met this morning.


On the Way
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4 thoughts on “On the Way

    1. Olga Brajnović says:

      thank you. I’m glad you liked it

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  1. Scott says:

    We used to see University of Oregon students hiking about town loaded down with backpacks and everything a person might need after departing civilization. I finally learned they were toughening up for summer experiences in the Oregon Cascades. When we would ride the ferries out of Seattle on a Sunday evening we often saw college students sprawled on the floor, exhausted after a weekend among the elements.

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    1. Olga Brajnović says:

      Some people seem to need hard challenges

      Reply

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