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... hour. Next, we returned to the Plaza to find a wifi bar to upload blog entries, check email and just chill, enjoying the shade from the warm sun and the refreshingly, cool, dry breeze. Tonight we decided to have pizza at Bar Orreaga as a tribute to an Italian peregrino we met while walking the Roman road and to the superior engineering of his ancestors of over 2000 years ago. We stopped at s small grocery store on the way back to our room and ...
... the cheap sticky wine running down my back.
As I was walking down a narrow street, I spotted one of the guys I had met in Madrid a few days before - we were supposed to meet in Pamplona but I had lost all of his information.
I ran over and we jumped into a hug, neither of us believing that we had actually ran into each other within the thousands of people on the streets. After him and his friends squirted me with more sangria, ...
... has seemed favorable to reserve ahead since the level of exhaustion upon arriving would make it difficult to start looking. Reading emails and maybe out for a cold beer and a appetizer. Dinner isn't till 7.. Washing clothes is another important part of the routine. The albergue have washer and dryer and will do the service of washing... Some of them, at least. Pension or rural homes, you wash your clothes by hand. Next days clothes, a bit of organizing and off to bed. I was ...
We were sad to leave the beauty and vibrancy of Pamplona this morning. Our path out took us through a portion of the city's extensive public parks. After leaving the city we walked through beautiful farmland with expansive vistas. We had one large hill to ascend and descend. It was about 1,200 feet high (about 2 1/2 Carew Towers) but the ascent was more gradual than severe and we were rewarded ...
... them etc etc I think you get the picture... He was totally in the moment and enjoying everything the Camino was providing him, including his wooden staff which he used as a sword every now and then. We came to the bottom of the steep decent at which point Luca said "Well I think I'll wait here for my Dad, thanks for walking with me". We bade one another farewell and I continued on alone.
Before reaching Uterga I'd decided to have a lunch break there ...