Hotel Don Carlos
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... Lacy, my two running mates, and about 3 other tents full of people to be coerced back onto the bus. We set ourselves up again for the run, this time starting far up the course where we were promised a spot to run. It worked, and just before the rocket went off, the crowd came alive and began to shift up the road. Once the rocket sounded, we began to walk until we saw the surge of sprinting white and red. All of the sudden there were gigantic bulls running along ...
... the Pilgrims. We passed through Irache today which is famous for its Fountain of Wine. Just as the name suggests, the fountain dispenses free red wine to the Pilgrims. Can you imagine this existing in the US? Phil plans to host the next Men's Group meeting at Irache. We've met people from all over the world including: Spain (of course), France, Germany, Denmark, Italy, England, Ireland, Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada, and the US. Jessie ...
Awake at 4:20 am. Started reading yes Chef by Marcus Samuelson. Entertaining. Today's trail was beautiful, quiet, warm but mostly shaded. We're setting a brisk pace. Sustainable? Our minds are relaxing and experiencing times of little thought. Perhaps this is the first stage of cleansing. Or maybe overtired brain from jet ...
... Turns out this albergue is run by nuns, overseen by volunteers, operates on donations. By the look of it the last lot of pilgrims were not very generous. The town of Zalbaldika is not a town but a gathering of buildings. 8 km shy of Pamplona it has no shops, no bar, no cafe, no hope of supplementing the meagre rations on offer in any way. We had not eaten much since breakfast. Over the last 2 ...
... took a drink that it got very much the same as it always was.' Such truthful words from the mighty Hemingway! Pamplona has indeed changed as time has gone by, but once you take a drink, everything changes and we're back to the original festival which began within these streets. Arriving in Pamplona was one of the main highlights of this trip, a couple of months back I wouldn't picture myself running with bulls or even setting foot on these grounds, but seeing the town and the people ...