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... toned calf muscles I want my money back. Biarritz is lovely, we had about 2 hours there so a good wander, a good look in the shops, a quick drink in a bar, a baguette for lunch whilst we sat on the promenade and people watched Oh these French are so liberal, all shapes getting their gear off for some sun. I even dipped my fat cankles in the Atlantic Ocean, so cold but so refreshing.
Back on the bus to Pamplona . As ...
... late night, returning to San Seb at 4am, of corse not after a 'partay bus' home with the great Queen playing as that's the only decent cd the bus driver had!! (Thanks mum, I knew those years of you playing it at home would come in useful, must have been embedded into my brain as I some how knew the words to fat bottomed girls and radio gaga!) it was a race to the showers and we won it! Tag teaming in and out! A quick 3 hour nap and we were up and out ready for a day of busses to ...
... slicked back with sangria. I looked and felt like death. Last night was not smart.
I showered and listened to my ipod, putting on my workout playlist to pump me up for the run. After I was ready and hyped up, I knocked on Scotty's door to see if he was ready. He was strolling, relaxed, and listening to Jack Johnson. I wish I had been so calm.
I left and went downstairs to make sure everyone else was up, finding out that they felt equally ...
... and made our way to the 4:30am bus. When we arrived at the Pamplona bus station it was barely light. There were many interesting sights and the party go-ers from the previous night looked like zombies. Most of the 800m course is lined by 5 story high buildings and, in the early hours of the morning, workers drive the course, hosing off the thousands of crushed plastic cups, sangria bottles and smashed glass left scattered around from the night before. After the clean up they ...
... have a last play in the remnants of snow. Dan got into
his locomotive euphoria, with a disused 1920's railway, fantastic
engineering with bridges and tunnels, now all overgrown. If Dan had a
blank cheque it'd be his! We eventually parked up for the night, in
the remote and gorgeous Valley d'Aspe. If only it were sunshine it
would be heaven.Nature at it's finest and lot's of little waterfalls
tumbling down, ...