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... it is only noon. A strange life.
I learned today pilgrimage is hard. Pilgrimage hurts. But it is the only way. Ultreia, as the pilgrims say, further up and further in.
I wake and play Midnight City on my I-pod to give me the courage to rest my weight on my tortured feet and, even more impossibly, use them to hobble to the bathroom.
The phrase God willing, has new meaning.
... The arena is empty except for one man,
... But I was still laughing, because it was actually a fantastic time. Random dudes of the night, not the best approach, but good execution.
After a few more hours of dancing, we decided 2:30 AM was late enough...because had to be up at 5 AM.
We cabbed it back, took showers, and I collapsed into bed at 3:30.
An hour and a half later, my alarm went off. I rolled out of bed and stumbled to the mirror. My eyes were bloodshot and my ...
Off to Pamplona! Running of the bulls, convoyed there, hitting European largest sanddune on the way.. Big! Into the beers early, met more van tour groups an talk about smashing ****! Hit the campground pub till some crazy time. Next day into the whites and opening ceremony = crazy day an a lot of sangaria.. 5am next morning time for the bull running.. All the lads in the group hit it except me due to the arm, they all got through fine an watched from stadium, crazy ...
... in search of a potty stop, but gave up after 20 minutes and a futile half-mile or so of extra walking. A few minutes past Larrasoaña we walked past a small hotel with nice facilities, accessible to pilgrims. It was the same hotel featured in "the Way", a film about the Camino. We continued on for several hours walking thru relatively level paths along the Arga river. Shortly after noon, we happened upon an outdoor bar in the pueblo of Irotz and decided ...