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... covered terrace and also a ducking stool! The spinach tortilla was amazing and we breakfasted well. We met a guy from Middlesborough who used to run the Zap Club! After posing for photos by the metal pilgrim we continued on to an even path which was a relief from the ups and downs! As happens on the Camino you quickly fall into deep philosophical conversation with your fellow pilgrims and Fiona and I discussed the pros and cons of her abandoning Bridget Jones ...
I'm running with the Bulls in Pamplona! No, I'm kidding, I actually laid in bed all morning resting my knee, watching True Detective, then I headed off in the afternoon to have Pintxos (aka Tapas) for breakfast at 4pm. Let's make no mistake, and let's get right to the point. Pamplona is a party town. As soon as I headed out onto the street, it was just one big party. Musicians were playing in bands that just wandered the streets, stopping occasionally ...
... Jesus statue. I wrote her a blessing. To my surprise, when I had arrived at the church, there was a small group of familiar faces in there, including my perky American room mate from Orrison. And a Catholic Priest who had introduced himself at the communal dinner in Orrison also. As an extra surprise, he was now wearing a long white dress/robe over his walking clothes, with various beads and adornments. I guess it was a "well it just so happens, I have a priest suit in my ...
... tax on biofuels (is peat a biiofuel?) to the Scottish referendum (and in particular the unique voter eligibility process).
After a morning cafe con leche, I started out. The first 15 km wandered through peaceful fields along the river Arga. Then the route became noisier as it followed the roads into Pamplona. I walked about 22 kms today.
I spent ...
... it in his novel, "The Sun Also Rises". We walked back to our hotel, locked up our luggage and took it down to "recepcion" for storage until we return from our Camino and paid our bill. All preliminaries are complete. Tomorrow morning we rejoin the Camino de Santiago Frances. To follow us on the Camino, go to the link to our other blog, "The Camino- Our Way", located to your right on this webpage. Buen ...