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... St Jean De Luz, about 16km away on the coast. It was an easy descent and the route diverted us off the highway and onto the coast road where we got ensconced in the traffic but finally came out on the waterfront and a formal finish line with banners and loudspeakers calling us in. Unexpectedly, this is where they presented us with our finisher medals and t-shirts. (You mean, I cycled all that way and all you give me is a measly t-shirt!?) Then we had to hang ...
... throughout the walk... Significantly more taxing than anticipated. Our experience today was not unique and is consistent with most of our previous walks on the Camino. We believe that the "descriptions of the Camino" in all the sources we have reviewed and used thus far, are understated with respect to distance walked, difficulty and elevations. Based on my GPS readings of the past two years, the published distances for the Camino are ...
... After the fight, we wondered the streets looking for some excitement. We knew from the night before, sleep was not an option. Grabbing another bite and some more sangria we wondered about, checking out the city and people watching. Hearing some explosions we caught the sight of some fire works. We followed the light until we had quite the view of one of the best fireworks displays I've seen. After the show, we again wonder about, looking for anything of ...
Yesterday Alyssa and I had a bad day and today it was Stew. My back seemed to do better. The girls went up ahead for most the day but we did eat lunch with them. We had ensalada sandwiches for lunch... Our server thought we were crazy... They just don't do a lot of veggies it seems! The sandwiches were great as their ensaladas consist of lettuce, tomatoes, onion, and tuna... Then you put ...
So it was the day to say farewell to Pamplona, and what a beautiful day it was. I headed out of the city with Cheryl, Sharon, a Canadian couple Jeff and Chris, and her sister and brother-in-law, all of us following the brass shells in the footpath to the outskirts of the city. I was looking forward to a day of walking in the countryside again after being in a city for two nights. I wasn't sure what to expect accept one steep hill, the Hill of Forgiveness. To ...