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Travel Blogs from Pamplona
It's quite a mix.
I must start with the hockey. The hockey experience here has been all I could have imagined.
They who play, new and old, beginner or veteran have made my experience here unforgetable.
Friendly, open and welcoming.
The riding is next to none,.. freeway or country side the scenery is matched by the …
... of the Camino, And here I was indulging in the profligacy of the fleshpots of privilege.
... and although seeing it in person, still feels like something I've seen in the movies. Putting aside the sights of the barbaric traditions of running with the bulls my days were also spent sight seeing, eating a whole load of baguettes and salami as its basically the only thing they sell here, drinking a whole load of sangria, swimming and hanging out with people on our tour. On our second to last day we went for a day trip to San Sebastián which is ...
... After a couple of stories, I don’t want to
After hearing a few stories from the night before, sorting
out where my wallet was (thanks Courtney!!) and a Day trip to San Sebastian
booked and paid for I just needed something to do till 1:15pm. Easy, Poolside
bar. Randomly seeing the Gold Coast boys from my last Contiki, I decided to
have a few drinks with them, come 2pm I
was intoxicated, missed my bus and on top of ...
... took us about 20 minutes and we said our last goodbyes to the girls and got a photo which showed the fear in our eyes.
We made our way to the course, a series of narrow cobblestone streets that were lined by hundreds of people on the barriers and in the balconies above, and found a spot to sit down and wait. The waiting took forever. The actual run didn’t start until 8am. I think this waiting was probably the worst part. Every possible scenario ...