Option 1 - Allows Soni to be there for Nani's Bday and Mummy's want to start early
10th Fly to Madrid then to Pampalona, Taxi from Pampalona to Saint Jean Pied de Port
11th start walking
17th Priti joins
19th I leave
XX Priti leaves?
Option 2 Priti does not see Nani and Mithi Mama
17th Drive to Madrid then to Pampalona
17th Pick up Priti at Madrid Airport.
18th Morning Taxi from Pampalona to Saint Jean Pied de Port
19th start walking
Option 3 Too late for Mummy :(
20th Drive to Madrid then to Pampalona
20th Morning Taxi from Pampalona to Saint Jean Pied de Port
22nd start walking
Day of week Opt 1
Saint Jean Pied de Port - Orisson
Orisson- Roncesvalles (25’5 km)
Roncesvalles - Zubiri (21’5 km)
Zubiri - Pamplona/Iruña (20’5 km)
Pamplona/Iruña - Puente la Reina/Gares (24 km)
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Alternate plans based on snow -
Plan A - the pilgrim office tells you, when you arrive, that the Napoleon Pass is open or will be tomorrow... follow Plan A
Plan B - plan to follow the Valcarlos Route from SJPdP to Roncesvalles, many have done so. The difference is that this route more or less follows the serpentine road over the Pyrenees from France into Spain. So, it is kept clear of snow all year. There is some road walking. Research the Valcarlos Route here in the Forum.
Plan C - pre-investigate and make reservations as needed to have Express Bourricot drive you over the mountains to Roncesvalles the next morning. Plan to be taxied over in the morning, after breakfast at SJPdP. Then you can start fresh walking from Roncesvalles to Zubiri, or onwards towards Pamplona. The drive over the mountains is about 45 minutes, and is not for the faint-hearted. I have driven it in summer weather. It is very windy and equal to the world's best amusement park rides.
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