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... been keen not to walk further but neither Peter or I particularly wanted to stay in Logrono. So walked out of the city. It didn't take long and the Camino signs were easy to find.
We were counting on about another 10 kms to Navarette where we would expect to find albergue. There was a well made sealed walking path most of the way. It passed a couple of man made lakes which added some variety to the otherwise dull landscape. Keith was in considerable discomfort with his ...
... of your life". She is so inspiring! Left Estella at 6 am. Easy 14 mile day. Walked fast because of the threat of thunder storms. Got into Los Arcos; got a bed in Casa Abuela (Grandmothers House). Pilgrim Mass at Santa Maria de Los Arcos. The church was amazing; 16th century Baroque, in this tiny little village. I was so impressed walking in, then the priest turned on the lights to begin Mass! Yikes! It was like Vegas! The ...
Well lesson in drinking for me. Went on a tapas and wine bar crawl last night in Logrono with my Spanish friend from Barcelona and a French guy. The only common language was French & Lucretsia and I only a little. Was a hoot of a night and such wonderful food but got back to hostel and wrote my blog, naturally everyone else was asleep. But silly me forgot to save it so here goes again.
Left Villatuerta at 8 am and again had the path to myself. In the morning ...
... bus btween San Sebastian and Pamplon, and as soon as we did, we've been encourged to drink wines from Navarra.
- I am very excited to report that oher than a Subway in Pamplona, I have not seen one American fast food chain.
- The day before we arrived in Pmplona the postal service decided to go on a rotating strike. If our post-cmino clothes are not in Santiago when we arrive, mamma's going shopping!!!
- No chafing so far ... whew.
... here either (apart from the ubiquitous Zara, obviously). Small, local-ish thingies are the order of the day. Which means, despite living in Madrid, I recognise absolutely nothing.
Anyway, having a balcony in my room that offered a panoramic vista of Burger King was, believe it or not, actually one of the factors that almost convinced me against choosing the flat. Me living next door to Burger King? Recipe for disaster, bankruptcy and obesity, surely?
Well not quite. ...