Below there are pictures from 95 day of my Camino: 25 km to Markina Xemein. That day the route left the coast and led into the mainland. Almost 1 700 m going up, and over 1 500 m down.
Pictures form 94 day of my camino in 2015. I walked from Zarautz to Deba. Stunning views in the morning in Zarautz – you may see pictures in album below. Like often on Camino del Norte it was about 1200 meters to climb up, and the same amount to walk down (which is more difficult). I took the wrong way so made a few km of distance and 200 meters up and down additionally
Below there is an album (you need to click on the photo to see it) from 93 day of my Camino (taken in 2015). Again like the day before, it was heavy rain for the most of the day. Paths were steep, filled with stones, which can be slippery in the rain.
Below there are picture from 92 day of my Camino in 2015. This time first day in Spain, from Irun to San Sebastian. Most of the pictures shows my big blue friend – Atlantic. Some of them are really pretty.
Probably the most difficult day of my pilgrimage. Beyond words…
A few pictures from my Camino in 2015. It was 90 day of walking. I started in Saint Jean Pied de Port and when all pilgrims went towards Pyrenees… I went backwards. Instead of going to Spain, I went back to France. I felt horrible because of that. I felt that I’m not on the way to Santiago, that going back to France I’m a kind of freak or something. This is not the way pilgrims go! – something shout me in the ear all day long. What could I do? I decided that way, maybe to many times, opposite to what seem rational.
So here the story ends. Story of a man walking from Eastern Poland city Lublin to Santiago. It ends in a sense, that most of the pilgrims know the route from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Santiago. So there will be (almost) nothing new to them.