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... as big as the first day. It was leading up to a place called Alto del Perdon, which is where you'll find the Wind Swept People. If you've seen the film 'The Way' it's where Joust measures his waist against the waist of the metal sculpture of the hikers. I found my dad sitting on a wall sketching the sculptures, it was very windy. Me and Crystal took a few pictures and then started our walk down the other side of the hill whilst my dad stayed behind ...
... 2 hr wait and then a final 4+ hour journey to Pamplona. Overall about 24 hours actual travel with about 15 hours waiting around in between. Decided to get credentials first at cathedral (actually archbishops palace) and then found good hotel via the local Info. Followed up with lamb roast at cafe Iruna in Plaza Dell Castille It's now 9pm local time and I'm about done. Off to ...
... David did a great job of eliciting from us about what we noticed.
We went up to the second floor to an exhibit by Spanish artist Antoni Tapies. This exhibit was more difficult to explain and understand. He used everyday objects, for instance a stack of white plates. He had sculptures with chicken wire, straw, a wardrobe with clothes etc. Lastly, we went to the third floor to see Basque artist Erlea Maneros Zabala whose art ...
The last 2 days have been a highlight for me on this pilgrimage. As I write this blog. I am sitting looking at the area that Xavier grew up in. We have had some personal reflection time here, which is why I am doing all my blogging! Yesterday we left Loyola early and went to Pamplona. We ran like Bulls! Arriving in Javier we relaxed, and toured the Castle of the Xavier family. We were given ...
... the energy we felt there! 6 of us went to the supermarcado and filled up on fruit & veggies, the monks generously gave us lettuce and tomatoes from their garden and eggs from their chickens and we had a feast for dinner, breakfast and lunch today all for 4 E each!
This message comes to you with so much love our precious friends and family. I am often overcome with love and gratitude for you all. Hasta luego for today.