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... his bike on the Camino and camping using a tent. He said the food at the refugio was not that good, so he was heading into town. We gave him the same recommendations we had received from Alfonso at our hotel. In total we walked over 20 km of the Camino today. We got back to town about 8:45 pm and went to our hotel so we could arrange a taxi for 5:30 am tomorrow morning. If we were going to go see the running of the bulls, we might as ...
... choice but to force Ruby back onto the bike and keep going. I think I would probably have been calling for a taxi by this stage so it was fairly impressive of her to keep going. It was a long ride back. By the time we did get back to the campsite I only had time for a quick 'Spanish shower' before we were off out for dinner at the campsite restaurant. We had tapas and ordered one more than the waiter recommended because we like tapas. ...
We had an academy award-winning performance today to get a bottom bunk. An older guy tried to get up on to an upper bunk and broke down in cramp, supposedly. He fell to the ground and writhed around until one of the French girls on the bottom bunks surrendered her bunk. Brilliant stuff.
The people who went down to the ancient town said it was great so we will have a look in the morning before heading off. I am in the dark so time to get to bed. Back ...
very warm goodbye was had, a lovely dinner cooked and a luscious
basket of treats (most of which home made) to take on our travels. We
are very blessed to have crossed paths with this little family! We
got on the road towards the pyrenees, coming to a lovely village,
Lescun. This looks out to an ampitheatre of snow capped mountains,
absolutely stunning, and we have a sweet little walk, where Ella was
23k (14.1 miles) 5 hrs hiking, 1000 calories burned 1200 BMR calories = 2200 calories to eat today to break even! Please pass the gelato :-) another beautiful day of vistas. Long tough climb up to Alto de Perdon, peak of forgiveness. It has this moniker due to the 6 miles of climbing but with beautiful views at the top and metal art in honor of the peregrines (pilgrims of The Way). I've seen photos of the artwork many times and I felt emotional finally being at the peak ...