Iriarte Jauregia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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Managed an early start at 7:30 - still not as quick off the mark as most of the other pilgrims who left at dawn 40 minutes earlier! Proved well worth less beauty sleep as walking in the cool of the early morning was very pleasant. Today's Camino is through the rolling hills of Navarran vineyards, interspersed with fields of sunflowers, olive trees, the pathway bordered by ...
... the art of prevention and treatment of blisters and are all doing well in this area. Our other various aches and pains come and go as we walk through them or manage them with meds and wraps and creams. We are taking good care of each other.
We have so appreciated all the notes that everyone has sent to us with encouragement and love. We have read your Facebook comments and the comments made ...
... lined the path for a while. I had reached the village of Cirauqui, and i stopped at a bar and had a tuna salad for lunch, and even though i felt like had been in a tough boxing match, I knew I would feel better for the emotional release. As much as I tried to avoid it, I engaged in a conversation with a 'spiritual' blogger at the table next to me, who was connecting to the bar wifi. His (I assume from his age) elderly mother had been commenting on his Facebook, and ...
... and I am tired. After leaving town, the first part of the walk went through peaceful, rolling farmland with olive groves and vineyards, except for one steep climb. Several times during the day the walk parallaled or crossed busy roadways. Much of the path was loose stone, making it necessary to walk slowly and carefully.
Cirauqui, a beautiful medieval hilltop village made ...
... our bodies to cope with the daily demands. Hopefully, this strategy will allow us to continue the Camino, our way, for the full 30 walking days planned for this European visit. This morning we left at 6:45 to avoid the heat, and are planning to walk only to Estella... a mere 5-6 miles away. We walked about 3 miles and stopped in the town of Villatuerta for breakfast. We sat with a lady from Brazil and at the adjacent outdoor table was a young ...