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... 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 ...
... turned into a competition between man and beast where the young adults would get in front of the bulls trying not to be passed on their way into the market arena. A national sporting culture was born. The festival continued locally for many generations and was relatively unknown to the world until Ernest Miller Hemingway visited it in the early 1920's. What followed was the novel, 'Fiesta: The Sun Also Rises' which introduced the world to the uniqueness that is San Fermin ...
... i thought i would have breakfast in the cafe with the locals. Things are a bit like the melbourne cup when it comes to the running of the bulls. The joint stops. There is a dedicated tv channel for the San Fermin festival and everyone is glued to the Tv. I watched today's running with Tom from the US and Ordbjorn from Norway. I tell you these guys doing this running are just crazy. The thing that really cracked me up was, while everyone seemed to have ...
... and got pretty happy in no time. It was a very entertaining afternoon with Yank's stage dive off a second story balcony one of the highlights.
The first day of the running was a frustrating experience as myself and Zeke met up with the others to do the run. After a nervous two hours we were suddenly ushered off the course along with five thousand others only moments before the start. There was just far too many wanting to run. We scrambled to find somewhere to at ...
... slow you had the risk of the entrance gate being closed before you get into the bull ring. The key was to be between the 1st and 2nd pack of bulls to ensure your place in the bull ring, assuming you survive the run. The sound of the bulls approaching echoed through the street, their heavy hooves thundering down on the pavement. Hearts were beating and hands were sweating. After a flash of fur, horns and red and white clothes we were off! With so many people around you it was hard to ...