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Today we crossed the boarder into Spain at 12.18pm heading towards Pamplona. What a delight. Mountains, rivers and tunnels and heat were my first impressions as we drove towards Pamplona. Its now 33 degrees and the air is hot and made even hotter by the motor underneath our feet. We drove through long tunnels always climbing, climbing. Kerry got two big blasts from truckies horns as he tried to look out the window and ...
... and I reached my hand up for a high five, and they grabbed it and squeezed it. It was a beautiful moment. A lot of hand gesturing took place, they consulted one another in German whilst trying to find words, and we confirmed that my 'man' would be joining me in Sarria for the last 100kms. I think I'm an enigma to the girls, in their forties, as they have been planning their walk for four years, and were horrified I had only decided to do this a few weeks before ...
... zero waves maybe even less than the protected cove in the main part of San Sebastian. There were a few people trying and you pity them because it must be hard being the instructor when you yourself know there is no chance of any waves coming. We went back to the main beach instead and tried to find as much shade as possible. We end up hiding behind some stone stairs leading into the café on the beachfront. The shade becomes so small that I am kicked out into the sun so that ...
... and hadn't even known we were there. We laughed about it and continued our walk. There are 3 methods for traversing the Camino. The first of course is to walk it, the second is to bike across it, and the third option is to walk across using donkeys to carry all of your stuff. When we were planning the hike my dad had suggested we bike across but I was firmly set on walking. He had also joked about taking a donkey so that we could take more camping gear and ...
... language or not. For the past two days, the Camino shuffle has been the way of walking once we have sat down to rest. We look like a 95 year old person trying to walk without a frame, it's very funny. When anyone gets up from the table to go to the bar, everyone laughs at the way they are walking, knowing that they themselves, look exactly the same. So another 28km out of the way and only a short 15km tomorrow to Pamplona, where we can rest and ...