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... close at 2:00, open at 4:30 and close again at 6:00. The restaurants do not open for dinner until 8:00 and go until midnight or 1:00. The food is interesting. Bob ate a dish of scuttle fish in black ink sauce, roasted pig knuckles, crispy salad of baby squid, and we have savored the Iberian ham. Yum! Yum! We are continuing our tourist trip to San Sebastian tomorrow for the International Film Festival and food tour. ...
... of them), one Brit, a Lebanese, an Iraqi, two Spaniards, a Peruvian, and the organizer who was from Hong Kong.
We had a mild night of drinking (many had a much wilder night than we) and around 2am as we headed back to the apartment the plazas and parks were full of partiers, bottles and empty plastic cups scattering the ground, drunk youngsters struggling to stay upright and drunk oldsters sleeping on benches. Many a person in Pamplona this weekend would be overnighting ...
... the cheap sticky wine running down my back.
As I was walking down a narrow street, I spotted one of the guys I had met in Madrid a few days before - we were supposed to meet in Pamplona but I had lost all of his information.
I ran over and we jumped into a hug, neither of us believing that we had actually ran into each other within the thousands of people on the streets. After him and his friends squirted me with more sangria, ...
... in inches of mud until our bodies wouldn't let us anymore.
Sunday morning we woke up stiff, mud covered, and frozen solid. We then headed into town with the whole tour group for the opening ceremony of San Fermin. Oh my goodness, what a day. The energy level that day was unlike anything we've ever felt in America. The sense of pride and tradition among the locals was so incredible and their joy and excitement was contagious. We spent the morning ...
tonight at Los Arcos - after 21k - but the terrain is getting flatter - so easier walking. Signs of spring everywhere - cranes making new nests indiscriminately on industrial chimneys and church spires, blossoms on almond trees and even a couple of courageous daffodils poking out. And gloriously blue sky. We are making new friends every day and sadly saying a farewell one or two each night as well. -Krishna ...