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Pamplona - Wednesday May 6
A huge day visiting all the wonderful sights of the old city of Pamplona. Attended 11am Mass in the Cathedral of Santa Maria la Real, wandered down Calle Estafeta, the famous street through which the Bulls run, then went for a coffee in the Plaza del Castillo, a huge open space & Pamplona's main square, looked ...
... impressive autovia across plains used for broad acre cropping - generally wheat, but with occasional and broad swathes of sunflower crops in various states of growth. Throughout he day, we also noted the absolute preponderance of wind turbines perched on small ridges we passed through the otherwise undulating plains.
Spain has obviously invested heavily in renewable energy and I must research just how successful they have been. (Mind you, I get a sense Spain ...
... are no chairs either, besides a couple of bar stools, that were valued higher than gold, tucked up to the bar that runs down the left hand side of the narrow, buzzing establishment. Not a moment would pass between one customer standing from their bar stool and another slipping in to take their place. But the Pintxos, oh my! The Pintxos were to die for! We spent time lazing around the famous La Concha Beach that, all through summer, is packed with people, local and foreign. ...
... with me continuing on with them they laughed at me, and they reminded me that's what happens on the Camino...you meet some people for a minute or a day, and then you might not see them for two weeks, or perhaps never again. With that I felt comfortable to continue in their company. We arrived at Zubiri and had a drink before they set off to their destination a further 7kms on. A truly wonderful day was had by this Pilgrim ...
... managed to see (and eat!) most of what the Garden Route had to offer before flying back from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg and back to Europe. We did, however, manage to squeeze in a last bit of South African history with a visit to the Apartheid museum in Jo'burg. Alf (Tom's friend Lindsay's dad) and Charlene looked after us wonderfully and delivered us back refreshed to the airport for our final flight back. We were sad to leave a country which definitely grabbed ...