Another day of rain teaches Mark how to push through pain barriers. In the early stages of the Camino, many people incur aches and pains, adjusting to the daily walking.
A look inside an Albergue after a day of walking in the rain.
The first day of rain tests Mark, turning the walking tracks to mud. For the first time, he wonders why he is doing the camino and experiences his first injury.
Mark makes it to Pamplona and explains some of the history of the Way of St James. Many believe the camino is on ley lines that mirror the milky way. Mark finds when walking the way, he seems to have more energy.
Mark makes it to Roncesvalles after one of the hardest days of physical exertion in his life. He is carrying 18 kilograms of gear which may well be too much weight.
Halfway between St Jean Pied de Port and Roncesvalles Mark takes a well earned break at the Biakorre – A statue of the Virgin Mary. At this point Mark realizes he it is taking him nearly double the time it is suppose to in walking the route.
The first day of walking, from St Jean Pied de Port to Roncesvalles is one of the hardest walking days of the Camino, climbing from 200 metres above sea level to 1400 metres. Mark starts his journey at the famous Porte St-Jacques (city gate). For business enquiries only email Subscribe to our Travel Vlog Like […]
Mark starts his journey in St Jean Pied de Port on the French/Spanish border. He is having concerns that he may not be able to walk the 800 km’s across the Pyrenees with the 10 kilograms of extra weight he must carry in camera equipment. For business enquiries only email Subscribe to our Travel Vlog […]
Camino de Santiago documentary film. Mark Shea walked the ‘French way’ documenting his experiences along the Way of St James. The film was made to be viewed in it’s entirety but has been made available on youtube in video segments. In this first video Mark discusses what he hopes to achieve in his film at […]