Les Collines Iduki
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... in front of the church, and cheered loudly when the groom arrived. As we walked by, we saw his bride-to-be, sitting in a car alongside the church, grasping a bouquet and waiting for her turn.
Unfortunately, our tour was on a tight schedule and we could not hang around to watch the festivities.
And then it was time to board the bus and cross the border again into France.
But we’ll be docking in Spain ...
I went to bed last night thinking there no way I can walk 15 miles today. I was not just physically tired but mentally drained. I think I have been planning this for so long that I was wacked! Maybe I I will just do half?
Well today was another day and I felt really good Left early and covered 10 miles fairly easily. Through beautiful villages and then stopped for a caffeine fix before the ascent ...
... us. We moved on and I learned too late that my left earphone was broken. The commencing of two rhinos fighting on the lower bunks (snoring) soon consumed the rooms. The fat couple underneath us were in sync. One of them even had the classic exhale whistle! Unbelievable. As if that wasn't enough, the large asian across the room decided to chime in and I was inches away from launching off the bed and orchestrating this masterpiece. And these are the days of our ...
... the pilgrim dinner.... Soup, main meal of fish or chicken, dessert, water and wine. Very filling but no veggies at all!
Maybe the next town will have a market. A guy set up a van at the top of the mountain when we were hiking through the Pyrenees and we bought bananas, hard boiled eggs and goat cheese. That was our early lunch. We were starved for dinner at 7:00.
The wifi may be turned off on me in one minute so I will say ...
... front of our boots with each step - quite painful; however, we completed today without injuries or blisters. Our young Hungarian room-mate was not as fortunate however as she fell twice on the way down. We are staying in Roncevalles tonight. As far as I can tell, the town, population 100, exists to serve the needs of pilgrims and tourists, having only a cathedral, a few albergues and two restaurants. ...