La Casa del Cofrade
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... has a bad shoulder. Enjoyed the walk. Beautiful vineyards all around. Staying in municipal Albergue. Beautiful new building. All double rooms 7 euro each. Might get some sleep. Happy days. Seamus bought spuds and frankfurters. He is cooking in tonight. Flying dutchman here also. All nationalities here French Germany Aussie. Met a lone irish man on way into shower. We might see him later.
... a walk down the calle mayor (Main street) - yeah cos a walk is what i am looking for at the moment. After discovering that Puenta De La Reina has 'Bull Stuff' festivals as well as pamplona, i wasnt surprised when i got to see all of the cattle yarding in both the main square and again all of the steel hoarding in front of the front doors and businesses. The san Fermin festival isn't just pamplona and it is like a rolling circus all across Navarra (a state / region in ...
... Alburgue. After an extended nap, we made it to dinner and enjoyed a great meal that ended less than perfectly. Both overestimating the amount of money in the others pockets, we found ourselves 1.30 euros short on a 18 euro bill in a town that doesn´t accept cards or have an ATM for 15 km. Thankfully, some generous other pilgrims footed the rest of our bill. We will be sure to buy them a bottle of wine if we meet again up the road. Distance traveled: 35.4 ...
... a book written by Mother Theresa which I will try to locate when I am able. There is a lovely park provided for pilgrims, just before you get to the town of Ciruena. Lovely cool grass to sit on, trees that provide shade and a water fountain. In addition to this, they have provided seating in the form of concrete chaise longues. We sat and had our lunch, shoes off, and had a nice break before continuing on for the last 7 kms ...
... myself for tomorrow afternoon. Most of all, I enjoyed the group. Everyone was very friendly and most were from the USA.
On the way back, I picked up a basketball at the sports store. Now I'm in business. I played for about 2 hours with a couple of university kids which was a lot of fun. We were able to communicate a little in Spanglish. But playing against 23 years old killed me. Think I will really pay for it tomorrow. Already feeling sore.