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... Alto del Perdon then into Uterga. Altogether around 21kms.
Ahead were a range of hills and we had a steep climb up to pass through the middle of the wind turbines, visible on the skyline. As we ascend there are wonderful views of Pamplona then the deep descent into Uterga.
We spent the night at the Municipal Albergue in the main square.
... and the most amazing fresh croissant ever, I set off, back on the Camino path which heads directly past the hotel. The path was downhill right away, and in the rain it was slippery, especially a steep cemented section at the start. I was super slow downhill, my knee was ****** and painful right away, and I knew it was going to be a long day, even though it should have been a relatively easy day, at just 15kms, if only fine weather and good knees had been at my disposal. The ...
... with wonderful walk into the city alongside the huge walls of the old City. After settling into our hotel wandered the streets enjoying the sights. Highlight was visiting Cafe Iruna frequented by Ernest Hemingway and sipping cold Verdehello overlooking the city square. Dinner at traditional Tapas Bar-Le Mandarra de la Ramos Walked 20 km Total walked: 69.1 ...
... red neck scarves, it was so 'Spanish'! Ironically though, the Aussie camp was eerily quiet: crickets could be heard from as far away Bourke. Being a 10 day event the young Aussie **** heads turn up at the beginning, do a few bull runs in the early days of the festival, then die mid-week from too much alcohol consumption. Originally there were 500 people camping there but it was now down to 23. Twenty one of these were Pommy blokes on a bucks and the other 2 were the middle-aged ...
... didn't do my research.
They let out these medium sized bulls and the people have to try to avoid their charges, gaining honor and machismo points if they touch one. But during this part, people get slammed left and right. We saw one guy get a horn through his shirt, plenty of people got hit and thrown in the air, and tons of terrified men flew over the wall. Scotty came up to me and went "I NEED TO TOUCH IT" and ran back out. Oh, Scott. A wild man, ...