It seemed like we spent half the time walking through vineyards.
We passed through Najera around lunchtime and thought we found a "festival" near the river. Turns out it was an exhibit of farm machinery; tractors, accessories, chainsaws, ... but did have some food booths. We had grilled pork on bread slices, sautéed wild mushrooms, wine and then some pastries. I bought some cheese and chorizo from a farmer for later.
The weather was pleasant and cooler with one brief rain shower before Najera. Azofra is a pleasant little town and we stayed at the municipal albergue -- there are two beds per cubicle with men and women sharing the same toilet-shower rooms. I was looking for a bottle of wine to have with our cheese and sausage and in the store the manager told me he had some of his own wine. It was 2 euros and in an unlabeled bottle that he wanted returned to the store. Not too bad but definitely an interesting story. After sharing the wine and a rest, we had a pilgrims dinner.
According to the mileage post above, we have 578km to go before reaching Santiago. We've travelled 210km of the Camino with a fair bit more spent sightseeing along the way. We are 25% done with our pilgrimage in 11 days walking and that's pretty humbling.