Abba Reino de Navarra Hotel
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Left beautiful Bordeaux at 8ish. Generally our mornings run something like this, you get a wake up call at 6.30 bags outside your room at 7.15 and on the bus at 8. We were all so bright eyes and bushy tailed the first couple of days now 5 days in and the novelty has certainly worn off, yesterday one of our couples slept in and were in a mad rush to …
We arrived in Pamplona immediately greeted with 90% of the population dressed in white from head to toe, accented with red scarves around their necks and a red "belt" a more traditional scarf back home. So if one couldn't tell that we are tourists already, we definitely stuck out like sore thumbs now. After getting to our hotel and checking in ( …
... it above their head shout before the Mayor lets off a rocket. As 12 came round everyone held their bandana's above their head, shouted but the rocket didn't go off. There was a lot of talk about what was happening, after talking to some locals, we found out the issue was there was a terrorist flag (perhaps slightly lost in translation) so they couldn't let ...
... bench by a river and a had a celebratory lunch of everything we owned (except the French lemon sweets, because: le yeuck). An even happier pair of pilgrims beside us even popped open a bottle of wine. As it turned out, the civilisation we were looking at was not actually Pamplona,but one of two suburbs we still had to walk through. There are very few ways to express the heat and exhaustion we were experiencing at this stage through a blog, so I'll just skip ...
... with a table set up selling stones for 50 c - so I bought one to support their entrepreneurship and they also gave me some mulberries.
As I approached the albergue I saw the dreaded sign of completo meaning it was full. It was run by Dutch Christians who were so kind but said I couldn't even sleep on the ...