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30th of April – From Roncesvalles to Viscarret

30th of April – From Roncesvalles to Viscarret

Rob The Traveller

Camino Day 3 – Stopping in a Small Village Today

Roncesvalles to Burgette

 

Gaining Height

 

Burgette 1

 

Burgette 2

 

A Quick Break

 

Espinal Farmer

 

Ice at Viscarret

 

My Casa Rural Room

 

Downtown Viscarret

 

    15 Comments

  1. Pleased to hear that Mr Bean is with you!

  2. He was not impressed today. Got very wet and lost for awhile. ..

    Both of us that is…

    He features in videos of the next stage.

  3. It ‘s very green there. Love it

    • Because it rains a lot! Rained all day today…

  4. I remember passing the Hemingway hostel two years ago on the bike Rob, and yes Spanish villages go to sleep in the afternoon but pick up again in the evenings !

    • This one didn’t liven up Dave!

      Oh it did at 6am. …The animals woke up 🙂

      • Pamplona will definitely be livelier !

        • As we all dragged ourselves in this afternoon, the place was packed. Seems everyone goes out on a Saturday for lunch to see and be seen…

  5. Glad to see that you are pacing yourself well. It’s hard to do! What camera are you using for the video?

  6. Just a phone Clare. Galaxy Note 3.

    Was using 1440×1080. Tried 320×480 for this day. But quality was too poor really.

  7. Yeah I agree.

    The quality was lacking on these video’s.

    Will you have enough space with the higher quality video’s?

    • Easy. I have 2 spare memory cards…. just that uploading them takes ages. About an hour for a 1 minute video (100 mb)

      That’s why they are all short!

  8. Although things might seem tedious and slow at times, remember you are now living and moving at the pace humans were designed to, and which 99.99% of all people who ever lived adapted to. Only in the last 170 years (since railways were built) has the ordinary human been able to cover more than around 30kms a day on foot, unless he was lucky enough to have a horse !

    • I’m quite happy with slow…. 2-3 Kms an hour. No point in rushing…

    • Precisely!
      that was/is one of the ‘experiences’ i so very much enjoyed on the camino – the natural pace again.
      my body and spirit were delighted! soo soothing.

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