The Perpetual Vagabond

Exploring the world near and far, mostly on foot.

The Camino de Santiago: Roncesvalles to Zubiri

These photos are from my second day walking the Camino de Santiago. I was pretty exhausted, so I didn’t take as many photos as the first day, but it was again an amazing place with endless beauty. They are more or less in order of the day and the last one is where I slept that night, Which was the floor of a gym at the Municipal Hostel, as by the time I arrived in town all beds were full. But it didn’t matter, I was so tired I slept beautifully.















8 responses to “The Camino de Santiago: Roncesvalles to Zubiri”

  1. odiousghost Avatar

    Looks awesome! I am going to do this soon. Lived in Barcelona for 3 years, and never made it up there, but now I feel like I owe it to myself!! Is it as tiring as some people say?

    1. The Perpetual Vagabond Avatar

      It’s very tiring. But I think it would be better when it wasn’t so hot. So far it has been much harder and more amazing than I imagined. But, I highly recommend it! Just pack light! No more than 8 kilos. I’ll be posting tips/thoughts on my trip soon, so check back 🙂

      1. odiousghost Avatar

        Cool – will do. Thans

  2. littlefashionistas Avatar

    Beautiful place Roncesvalles! I like the Stop signal, jaja, gives motivation 😉

  3. Saliz Avatar

    Hi, this are Saira and Lina, do you remember us? We´ve been cheking your blog and it is amazing!! Congratulatios, you´ve taken beautiful photos. We´d like to be walking with you guys. Have fun and see you soon!!!

    1. The Perpetual Vagabond Avatar

      Hello! Thanks for checking it out. More to come soon! Everything has been good, but it’s hot!! Hope you guys are well 🙂

  4. Anthony Avatar

    Great pics! Looks like an awesome start so far.

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