Before starting the excursion as pilgrims, we took a photo of all the students in the school
This is Trinidad de Arre in Villava. In this place every day there are lots of pilgrims on their way to Santiago.
We arrived with our bicycles at the Batán in Villava. There for some time we were taking photographies and talking to some pilgrims in English
This is only one of the many pilgrims walking by the Trinidad de Arreon their way to Santiago. Here they usually look for place where to relax a little bit or to stay at night.
<ul><li>At the Trinidad de Arre there is a shelter for the pilfrims who arrive there tired. </li></ul><ul><li>This is an ancient but comfortable shelter located near the stone bridge and near the waters of the Arga river. </li></ul>
After continueing a little bit, following the many signals you find all the time while doing the Camino, we got to the Magdalena´s brigde, another important point where pilgrims pass every day. A few metres far from here we found another shelter were pilgrims arrive every day.
In this shelter some students had the opportunity to talk with some German pilgrims who where there. They could also know more about Santiago´s Way and practise English!!
Then, we continued along the Camino up to Pamplona, where more of the pilgrims arrive and stay for the night. This was the most difficult part of our trip because we had to climb a little bit to get into Pamplona!!!