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... red neck scarves, it was so 'Spanish'! Ironically though, the Aussie camp was eerily quiet: crickets could be heard from as far away Bourke. Being a 10 day event the young Aussie **** heads turn up at the beginning, do a few bull runs in the early days of the festival, then die mid-week from too much alcohol consumption. Originally there were 500 people camping there but it was now down to 23. Twenty one of these were Pommy blokes on a bucks and the other 2 were the middle-aged ...
Finally on the correct schedule, we both successfully slept until 9-9:30. Rising packing and heading for the train by 10:40. No surprise to our husbands, we ended up cutting our train boarding a little close. However, I would like to point out, that we made it on the train, but thank goodness I passed up staying in line for that dunkin donut. On the train, I see we are already underdressed for Pamplona since we are not yet in out white outfits with red bandanas. I ...
... guys had a better chance of survival. I immediately apologized to my mother in my head for the hundredth time. And I'll do it again as she reads this. Sorry mom.
We stood there and waited, crazy Scotty standing in the middle so he could see the bulls when they turned the corner. I stood closer to the right side, but not too far to the wall because I knew that's where people bailed out and would press up when the bulls got too close. I had faith in ...
... and if you were unlucky enough you may also have worn eggs, flour, tomato sauce and mustard. The weather wasn't fantastic, in fact it rained for most of the morning but this didn't dampen our spirits. After the formalities we moved in to the small streets and ventured inside lots of bars and restaurants and danced away to Spanish music, the atmosphere was seriously incredible. The following day was the real deal, the bull running, argh!!! Dean was functioning ...
... As long as I live I will never forget the exhilaration and fear, the moment I peeled myself from the wall of a boarded up shop window and began to run with the bulls.
We had gathered earlier than the day before at about 5:30 and headed to the town hall to guarantee us a spot. For two and a half hours we stood packed in tight with thousands of others. I had already thrown up twice from nerves and I must admit it was the longest two hours of my life as time passed ...