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... storm kicked off and I sat watching it from the safety of the van. I had a look at a nearby 12th century Monastery the next morning and when I bought my entry ticket they gave me the guide in Spanish, so I guess my grasp of the basic language is getting better! After that I decided to have a look at the National park of Moncayo just down the road. This is where my recurring nightmare of getting the van stuck in the streets of a tiny village nearly came true (so ...
... but just a bit off the road ... logical, but not really logical.
We had a lunch that was not what we ordered ... but we enjoyed the experience none-the-less ... though we are still unclear about what was eaten (Basque vs. Spanish differneces we presume).
We had a frustrating experience shipping post-camino clothing forward ... apparently the post office is on a rotating, random strike. We spent almost 2 hours ...
... until we hit the twin towns of Trinidad de Arre and Pamplona. Walking through the city outskirts into the citadel in Pamplona seems odd after the serenity of the outdoors trails. This is bullfighting and bull running country and Ernest Hemingway is still very much idolised here. Tonight I am staying in the Hemingway Hostel and tomorrow I'll take a look around the ...
... border the land scape started to change, we crossed over the Pyrenees mountains, all very scenic with the rolling hills, deep valleys and the little Spanish villas set high on the hills. Pamplona is a lovely city, much bigger than I imagined and very noisy. The local soccer match was on and the locals go crazy for their soccer, yelling, singing and chanting in the streets to the point they even interrupted our ...
... sick of it. I was in better shape than half of those guys, and knew I could outrun a ton of them. So yes, I was running.
At 7:45, the crowd of people started moving. Oh my god. I turned to my friends.
"This is literally the stupidest thing we could possibly do."
"Haha, yeah. That's true. Hey guys, why are we doing this?"
No one had an answer. Still, we continued to move with the crowd.
I felt like I was on a prison ...