Hotel Blanca de Navarra
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... but I couldn't let this hinder our walk. So I lathered on some Vaseline and got going. Our journey throughout the day was relatively easy with only the occasional ascent. During the middle of our walk we heard footsteps and constant laughter coming from about 100 metres behind us. We couldn't see who they were but it sounded they were having an absolute blast. After a brief break the laughing ladies caught up to us. They were a couple ...
... until 3:30 stopping at one for lunch, the fruit and cheese sandwiches. Once we got to Pamplona, I had to stop again because my feet hurt, so I changed my socks. Sadly, I stopped too late because I developed three more blisters so I'm now limping around, and we have to take a break from walking. I went to the pharmacy to buy some compeed and ointment. We won't be hiking tomorrow. We ate dinner at a cafeteria that ...
... ground floor at the address I'd been given looked deserted and I began to feel worse. But once I found it, the first floor surgery was large, bright and modern with lots of smiling nurses who took me for a very elaborate scan/X-Ray. I wasn't exactly sure which. Miguel Dutor Vidal was wonderful and fortunately spoke very good English. Unfortunately my school thought Latin was more important than Spanish and much as I loved Latin, it ...
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Zubiri, Tuesday May 5
Another wonderful day & blue skies!!
Zubiri is an industrial town with a population of only 500. Facilities included a grocery shop, bank and pilgrim hostels centered around the parish church of St Stephen. We managed an early start on a ...
... meandering around ancient streets opening onto wide and sun filled plazas. Perfect for that morning café. No wonder Ernest Hemingway spent a good amount of time here as it's charm is captivating. More shopping and more local wines and food....our journey ...