NH El Toro
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... a cheap replacement pair of boots just in case. This has left me leaving quite late and Ed and Carol have gone on ahead. I hope I will see them later. After a few miles I reach a red wine fountain provided for peregrinos to set them on their way today! I walked by myself but never felt alone with inspiring music like Mumford and Sons and Adele's wonderful album 21. Then the rain became very heavy and so it was out with the raingear for its first appearance on ...
... happy enough. I hate waking up at 6-6:30 but no one really lets you sleep with how frickin loud they are. That is a major thing I've noticed. We have stayed in hostels mainly inhabited by young people and no one wakes you unless they are drunk. Adults don't understand that they aren't the only people in the room. Ever. Especially this pack of Asians who keep following us around. The young people get it. Adults don't. Day 3: I hate the camino. I'm a second day sore ...
... excitement. The first canon went off, signaling 8:00 and the release of the bulls. Less than 30 seconds later a huge sea of white and red came sprinting toward us. Our turn to run was here. We ran into the center of the street and stayed at the front of the pack for as long as possible, being separated from each other in the process. I ran for no more than 30 seconds until I was funneled outward to the edges of the street so others could run. I turned around and ...
... to our campsite quite early and lets just say it was not quite how it was described in the guide. We drove up to reception (closed, please go to bar) and once we were checked in and had a quick look around the campsite we found the pool (green water, half full, closed) and the shop (closed, please go to reception?). You might think that this would make it a cheap campsite, no they charge like a wounded bull which since we are in Pamplona ...
... doing research on the "edible Camino" (stupid coz there's a town every few k's. Day 6 Well, we managed to get ourselves out of bed and started our hike around 8am. Errin's knee and my Achilles were still playing up this morning so we walked to the next town and found a farmacia. Errin bought some ibuprofen which definitely helped my issue but only mildly helped Errin's knee. We'll see how she goes in the morning after more meds. We hiked about 15ks today which isn't a great ...