John Hussey said:As I recall, I took a very early one in the morning, still arrived in Pamploma in the early morning and the taxi from right outside the train entrance in pamploma to SJPdP.
No. The older gent that sold me my credential in SJPdP was adamant that I start that afternoon walking towards Roncesvalles and stay in Huunto or Orisson. When I arrived at Orisson about 1730 the albergue was full, they would not let me stay, even on the floor and so I was forced to keep going. I obviously could not make it all the way to Roncesvalles in the little remaining light I had so I was forced to stay in he first available shelter I could find, which was in a little shephard's stone cave of sorts built at the very top of the trail off to the right on top of the Pyrenees before it started down towards the Spanish border. If it were not so cold or had I just a little moonlight I believe I would have kept goinggaulsdog said:Hello John.
Did you walk all the way to roncesvalles that afternoon