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... when the dog ran down it. I thought he was trying to kill the dog! But no. The dog was very athletic and brought the ball right back. When we went back to Cameron's flat Ian was there which was nice. And *clears throat* THE ITALIAN ROOMMATE IS GOING TO BE HERE IN A HALF HOUR! I'm so pumped. He better be hot. I'm currently taking a siesta which is between 2-4:30ish where shops close and people nap. Tonight the whole town is having a party that starts at midnight and goes for 24 ...
... be milked. As for the walk, it is another day of ascents and descents but much easier than yesterday (which wouldn't be difficult). I am finding that I like the quiet of walking alone in the mornings as it gives me the quiet that I need as I contemplate the day ahead. Not that it is about planning the day, it is more about leaving myself open to what the day may bring. There are a lot of people or pilgrims walking this section of the Camino today and I am ...
... internationally, but we've always left from SFO.) When she couldn't find one, she waited in line at the information kiosk where the attendant advised that there were no mailboxes for 5 miles and to give the cards to our airline. So, she waited in line once again only to be told that it was against airline policy "for obvious reasons" (with a stern look from the agent!) In desperation, with Robert pressuring that it was time to go to our gate to board, ...
... Biskarret/Viskarret/Gerendiain for lunch then continued with a wicked ascent and killer descent into Zubiri where we crumpled into the first Pension we came across. A Pension differs from the Albergue or Refugio in that we have private rooms and either a private bathroom, or a bathroom shared with another room. Pension Zubirian Etxera was soooo clean and tidy and we had a washing machine with an outdoor clothesline. Considering we have ...
... someone would choose this region to come.
Upon entering the small village Zubiri, population 500, you cross a Medieval bridge with an interesting legend. It is said that if an animal is led three times around the bridge it would be cured of rabies, not too sure how that works.
One of the reasons I choose to walk the Camino as opposed to a wilderness ...