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I´m off to put myself in a position of great bodily harm, the famous "Running of the Bulls" event. I´m meeting up with Duncan and his friends in San Sebastian. The decision to stay there instead of Pampalona where the actual event is held was made because Pampalona is a zoo over …
... we got there we were the only ones there! So awkward! So we were hoping that more people would turn up and eventually they did so we ended up having quite a good group. Plenty of Aussies as usual. It they all seemed pretty cool. At the first bar we got free sangria and jäger shots were only €2.50 so needless to say this night also escalated quickly. We also started up a pretty full on game of what are the odds ...
A lot has changed in San Sebastian since my last visit here in 1978, I have no recollection at all of which part of town we socialised in. I get the impression that our area this time is a lot of new buildings for the university and large newish apartment blocks.
The streets are all parallel in a grid pattern so I'm thinking less than 35 years for most.
This part of town was busy with Friday evening shoppers and ...
... experience so much better?” was repeatedly whispered into my ear the first half of our flight. Along with subtle nudges to my arms even though we had the supposedly bigger, comfort seats there were constant giggles between these women on their abstract view of my hometown.
Layover part one: lost in a very large airport. Immediately disembarking off the pleasantry of my WestJet flight, is a small and hardly noticeably sign that reads ...
... social experiment of sorts. How liberating could it be? Into the crashing waves we went. As soon as we were far enough into the ocean, off went the tops. Liberating just as we imagined. Soon after as more of our friends joined we motioned to our tops, holding them out above the water as a sort of flag of our new found freedom. A small group of local men had spotted our obviously American actions. One of the braver souls of their group decided to ...