Day 2 | Static Gallery

Camino de Santiago de Compostela

Valcarlos | Roncesvalles

Read about Days 1 to 6 of our journey, or see a full list of posts on the Camino de Santiago.

There were hand-made crucifixes lay on a small hill next to the chapel
These hand-made crucifixes lay on a small hill next to the chapel
Our first font, just outside of Valcarlos
Our first font, just outside of Valcarlos
Enjoying a cold beer at La Posada in Roncesvalles
Enjoying a cold beer at La Posada in Roncesvalles
Chapel at Ibaneta (the bell is now housed in the Chapel of St. James in Roncesvalles)
Chapel at Ibaneta (the bell is now housed in the Chapel of St. James in Roncesvalles)
Tracy at our first cement markers leading us off the N-135 into Ganecoleta
Tracy at our first cement markers leading us off the N-135 into Ganecoleta
Tracy at the bridge just before Ganecoleta
Tracy at the bridge just before Ganecoleta
Heading into Ganecoleta
Heading into Ganecoleta
Old farmhouse on the climb up Puerto Ibaneta
Old farmhouse on the climb up Puerto Ibaneta
Heading down into Roncesvalles
Heading down into Roncesvalles
Creek alongside the road near the town of Camino
Creek alongside the road near the town of Camino
Tracy in our cubicle in the convent in Roncesvalles
Tracy in our cubicle in the convent in Roncesvalles
Courtyard of the convent in Roncesvalles serving pilgrims since the 12th century
Courtyard of the convent in Roncesvalles serving pilgrims since the 12th century
Santiago Signpost in Roncesvalles
Santiago Signpost in Roncesvalles
Alan at our first cement markers leading us off the N-135 into Ganecoleta
Alan at our first cement markers leading us off the N-135 into Ganecoleta
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