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... playing in distance while we were looking for our museum, to do some wine tasting in local bars - is cheap anyway (bodegas all charged a fee too) and we could sit and listen to music. Square packed by this time (2pm) but we did manage to get table with good view of passing crowds and bandstand. Ordered our first round of drinks - from waiter who remembered us from the night before - we had given him a good tip so we got good service. Drinks arrived - ...
... we arrive other Camino friends pour in. We had organised to have dinner with an Italian couple if we arrived at the same albergue - it was not to be. But here we are with 15 other Camino friends and acquaintances and Lorenzo out does himself with the bread, the wine, the food and the atmosphere. A reunion around food and the friendship of shared struggles of the Way. A little glimpse of what church could be, a micro slither view of what glory will be in our life to ...
... town, I finally stopped two woman and between some more interesting gestures I found the town square (Its at the far end of town if you ever are looking) and of course the TI office. At the office they said yes there are many bodegas in town but I couldn't go to them because you have to book an appointment. Looking my best sad puppy look I asked Pour Favor, and she said I could go and try this one place, that they might take in stray alcoholic Canadians on ...
... br> I have just loved this little village and Tony's cousin has taken up to visit two little towns near by. I have some great photos I will put up when I get a better signal.
Just another addition....we visited a couple of near by towns with so much history. One is called San Dominica ...it has a cathedral with a story attached to it ....I will have to post when I get time.
We are getting organised now to set off early in the morning to travel to Pamplona ...
... area you are doing a roaring trade. At least 1 in 5 pilgrims are sporting an injury of some type but mostly knees. I stop winging about my sore ankles or feet when I see a pilgrim hobbling along with what seems to me like a serious injury. Then I remember I saw him\her yesterday also, so he\she is making great progress. People I have met. There is the little chap who looks like he might be around 70 or so. He is from an island ...
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