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... Spanish villages for coffee or to check out the church. The camaraderie among the pilgrims was amazing – such a buzz- and we chatted to so many different people, of all ages and nationalities, each with their own reason for embarking on the journey. Each day of walking finished with a typical Spanish lunch – late, 3 courses plus wine, to be enjoyed over hours. We lunched with such a random selection of ...
... hover beyond comprehension in everyday life. Today we walked a while with "Mike-the-Pom", not the way he introduced himself. It was a great time of talking and sharing. Adjusting his backpack to make his walk more comfortable; being introduced to Kendal Mint Cake, a staple on the English rambling scene, watching an American and an Englishman experience Australian chewing gum (Airwaves) for the first time, not talking about the cricket, finding out ...
... out that Lizzy’s and my plan to meet woube delayed by customs
In this process I met a florda football coach with and Iowa State hat who was going to run in his 18th
running of the bulls. He gave me some times on what to do and what not to do in Pamplona
I finally made it out to terminal 4 and lizzy was no where to be found. I waited a bit and then went to
... Jan and Anzac Day combined, except that they take it much more seriously and it is a huge day of celebration, where they are officially celebrating their independence in 1814 from (I think, Danish rule). Only difference is that the Norwegians will celebrate the opening of an envelope - any excuse for a party, so that on 17 May, they really go hard, and it is a huge party across the country!
... a tidy and elegant city centre and an animated nightlife and exciting restaurant scene.
Sales were on, therefore culture has been set aside, Fintan parked with a beer and a few pintxos and I went semi wild in search of bargains.