Travel Blogs from Pamplona
... it. A lot of people got tossed around as we all dodged the beast. The fifth bull came out raging with even more aggression than the four before and cleaned one guy up who was completely knocked out and had to be carried off. We didn't hear his final outcome but I'll hopefully find out soon. After the running was finished we met up with everyone back at our meeting point in the main square and had a few beers and a bit ...
... gave me the rest of his Euros J
We said a prayer and parted ways.
I made my way to my check in area only to find that it wouldn’t open for another 30 min.
I failly checked in and made it through security where I found a café for Irish coffee
I somehow made it through the boarding process without checking the size of my carry-on bag
I landed in Pamplona only ...
... help to me today teaching me that I carried my back pack too low and badly strapped. He instructed me how to put it on and it made all the difference. He also helped me with the use of the walking sticks and again this made progress better. I am ever so grateful.
I am also grateful for the fact that I have: No injuries, No Blisters, No soreness, No ill-effects. This is a God send as many of the prilgrims both young and ...
... tha most especially people our age.
On another note, Pamplona is a lovely city with a nice market and well known for its most popular temp. Citizen Hemingway. (The sun also rises. Tip for future peregrinos:use your underwear as wash cloth. Not only will you get clean, but so will your undees.
Till next time, it
Aios hasta la proxima!
Annemieke and ...
... who couldn't do enough for us.
We left Dee here to catch a bus to Uterga as she developed hikers knee and could no longer walk down hills which she discovered the next morning while navigating stairs.
Ulli met up with a couple from Austria so left us for the day.
After leaving for Uterga we walked over the hill of forgiveness which was spectacular... no rain ...narrow country lanes with ...