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Day Seven: St Jean Pierre de Port to Anglet. 115km, 1800m of ascent.
That description is a little misleading as only the first seventy kilometres were timed. Then we had to descend to the French town of St Jean de Luz on the Atlantic coast before a ceremonial ride in convoy for the last 30 km through Biarritz to Anglet.
My narrative of this event has omitted much reference to that fact that this is a race with people competing in ...
... 25 degrees. Much of the walk was under a canopy of trees that provided shade. Some of it ran alongside a lovely little stream that bubbled along. We enjoyed the company of others at various times and spoke to almost all we passed. Lunch was at a little outdoor Pizza bar place on the track and was most pleasant. The entry into Pamplona was long and drawn out as it is large with over ...
... cheese on baguette. I had cerveza and Linda, water to drink. We spent the afternoon exploring this tiny village, perched half-way up the Alto del Perdon ridge. We also laid down and rested a half hour or so, rinsed out our sweaty clothing and hung them out to dry. We also chatted with different pilgrims as they arrived and checked-in to our Refugio. Our pilgrim dinner, served family style, was salad, bean soup, a trout stew, a ...
We had breakfast at the hotel at 9:30. There was cheese, yogurt, cereal, toast, fruit and walnuts available. We had decided the night before that we would spend the day here in Puente de Reina and go into Pamplona tomorrow. We explored the village and then decided to walk the Camino de Santiago to a nearby town called Obanos. We took our raincoats because it was staring to sprinkle and the sky looked pretty dark. The shell symbol, or ...
... the sangria and ended up having tapas/pintos and red wine with 5 irish men and 1 columbian man, all fellow pilgrims who Kim had walked with the previous day. I don't think I have laughed so much in a very long time. They were such good company! They are off to continue their Camino in the morning, aiming to get to Puente La Reina tomorrow night, so they will be a solid day ahead of us for the rest of the Camino. Buen Camino ...