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... stones, we soon warmed up again and were the usual hot and sweaty. This sort of walking is when the walking sticks are invaluable - fabulous for uneven ground, and also on the ups and downs. I may not bother on the plains....we'll see. Our notes had said it was a 6.5 hour walk, and we took a detour towards the end, to see an octagonal church built in 12 C and an important feature of the Camino. This took us an extra 5 or so ...
... think this is as close to heaven as you can't get in this life. Perfect combination of reflection, solitude and community ("common-unity") to make each day a special experience 21 miles tomorrow...maybe everything will change...or not Rest easy...see you ...
... a burglary and stood outside hollering into walkie talkies until we told them to shut up and that it was unlikely someone robbed twenty of us in our space age train cabins while we slept. It was pretty funny except for it being 4 am. I got back to sleep till the usual rustles of people packing up for the road awake me around 6 am. Normally that's when I get in gear as well, but in keeping with my new relaxed state and enjoyment of Pamplona I didn't want to rush. So I futzed and ...
Kms Walked Today: two stages 24 kms (5k + 19k)
> > Kms Walked in Total: 92.7kms
> > Kms to Go: 696.7 kms
> > Blisters: nil
> > Pains: none. Previous ones nearly recovered even though pushed a good pace.
> > Another great night of sleep and a powerful and hot shower, followed by a buffet breakfast kick started my tree trunks into their usual morning fast march.
> > I have learnt to push ...
... for many miles and then bumped into the Singaporeans at the Fuentes de vino - free red wine fountain. I tried some red wine..... still don't like it and then for the 2nd time today walked off without my poles and then had to backtrack - very silly adding extra miles on my feet !! Poles are essential and make a huge difference walking up and down hills.