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... few people were standing there. We went and stood directly behind them. Once the fence went up, the people in front of us climbed up on the top rail of the fence, so we were right up against the fence. By this time it was about 6:00 am.
There are actually two fences - the one keeps the spectators out of the route, a gap where the press and medics are and then another fence to protect them.
From the time we arrived and right up until a couple of minutes before ...
... for a nap?" I asked. He responded "ready when you are." We got back to the apartment to find the other 9 festival-goers huddled around the TV watching reruns of the encierro. "Where did you go? Did you run??" were the first questions they asked upon arrival. Our affirmation response was received with dubious looks, however at that very moment I looked to the TV and there we were, right on the screen running in slow motion on the right as a man had the most narrow of escapes when ...
... see people trying to make a living when things are tough. Much better than beggars in the street.
Our onward journey to Pamplona starts about 5km from the old city and we wind our way through city and suburban street with a constant Buen Camino - grateful for the good spirit of the people of Spain. Saw this most amazing sign that indicates to cars be careful, children are playing on the street - yay kids rule! I was hungry by ...
... the energy we felt there! 6 of us went to the supermarcado and filled up on fruit & veggies, the monks generously gave us lettuce and tomatoes from their garden and eggs from their chickens and we had a feast for dinner, breakfast and lunch today all for 4 E each!
This message comes to you with so much love our precious friends and family. I am often overcome with love and gratitude for you all. Hasta luego for today.
... a little sorry for the bulls. They must be so frightened being antagonised in the arena by all of those people.
Seeing the bull race today has made Nathan even more excited to participate tomorrow! And it has made me even more nervous for him!
We spent the rest of the day lazing upon the Spanish shores of the San Sebastian beach. The weather was warm, but the water cold! There were many men and women on the beaches who had their kit off. But Nathan and I were not so ...