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... until we hit the twin towns of Trinidad de Arre and Pamplona. Walking through the city outskirts into the citadel in Pamplona seems odd after the serenity of the outdoors trails. This is bullfighting and bull running country and Ernest Hemingway is still very much idolised here. Tonight I am staying in the Hemingway Hostel and tomorrow I'll take a look around the ...
... 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 we crossed ...
... everyone...but that was not going to stop them. When the walked up through they mentiond the area 'dead mans corner' pretty much speaks for itself, but it's a corner where the bulls turn sharp and often slide out, and a lonesome bull is a dangerous bull. So there we are, sat in the arena look up at the screen which shows the race when who's face pops up. Only Jed's. Right there, very close to the infamous 'Dead Mans Corner' oh dear. He later told me that he was 20m up from dead ...
... and not thinking so clear, so I told her I hadn't seen any medic tents my entire time in Pamplona. I asked her what she needed and she told me that her friend had been drugged. I left the guys on the fence and told her to bring me to her friend, so she did.
I ran up to a poor 18 year old girl clinging onto her boyfriend and a friend, convulsing and crying. Her eyes were dilated, she was vomiting all over herself, and she started to hyperventilate ...
... where we ate breakfast until we hit Pamplona. We entered the city over a bridge built in the 12th century, called the Magdalena Bridge, which was the entry into the city of the Pilgrim's Way to Santiago. It has a cross with an image of St James on it. The path led us through a draw bridge and into the walls of the city. We walked through the streets where the famous annual running of the bulls takes place, and visited ...