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So a few days before when we realised that Running of the Bulls was on we sent an email to an British travel company owned by an Aussie called Bomber (lives in Port Melbourne and follows Essendon) that offered a tent to camp in and a guided tour of Pamplona for the Running of the Bulls Festival locally called San Fermin. This festival has such as rich and dynamic history dating back to the 14 century when they would run next to the bulls to speed them up to market. Over the years ...
... getting better! Today was great walking beside the Agra and there were numerous places to stop for quick pastries etc. i made two really good choices today. First was the decision to turn left and depart from the main track and take the mountain walk past St Esteban. Geez what an impressive little place over looking the valley only about 10 ks outside of Pamplona. I told the spanish caretaker lady of the church that my name was Stephen and she ...
... it, they're busy engineering cars and what not. We are going to get up at 5:30 tomorrow morning to grab the first shuttle bus into town, Ganzer has decided he is going to run with the bulls now, a brave choice for sure, I'm not even entertaining that idea, knowing my luck I'd be pushed over and trampled. I get an awesome sleep with the comfort of just being able to watch the bulls run tomorrow, dreaming of a scenario that leads me to jumping the fence and saving ...
... best way I can describe this experience - The Hunger Games.
The most epic music began as the screen showed slow motion footage from past years of a the bulls being let out, and all the men getting plowed by these beasts. We saw men get trampled, kicked in the head, and slammed by bulls. I wasn't sure if we were supposed to get pumped up or honor the fallen, but after it was over we all went wild.
I saw a few women, which made me happy that ...
... afternoon having a few drinks before heading into the old town to check things out.
The following day was the opening ceremony which was just an amazing experience, we packed into the town square and along with thousands of others, all dressed in the white and red, went a little bit silly. In the space of ten minutes we were all purple covered in Sangria and god knows what else, as it seemed a custom to waste more than you drank. We met up with all the boys ...