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... go there is a lovely fairy tail looking castle. After not getting off at the right stop and having to stop the bus driver semi in the middle of the road I looked around this sleepy town. The population is only about 3000, so safe to say not many people were about. My first impression of the place wasn’t great, but once you actually get into the old town center at the foot of the castle its lovely and quaint. Beautiful stone buildings, with the vineyards surrounding, the area ...
Our friends Shaun and Sara took us to Spain as our wedding gift (awesome right?)! They told us we were just going to San Sebastian, but they tricked us! Our first stop was Pamplona, which is a really cool city. The buildings boast bright colours in every direction you look- which is a welcome change from France where everything is beige. The amazing streets here are absolutely loaded with restaurants, shops and outdoor patios spill out onto the cobblestone pathways. ...
... pen, the second rocket is to let very one know the bulls are on the street and the third when the bulls are all in the arena. A really interesting excursion. It has really warmed up now we are in Spain it's about 32 degrees. After our tour it was off to the café for sangria and tapas..yum yum. After maybe a few too many sangrias we set off to explore Pamplona for 2 hours on our own before it was back on the bus to our ...
... 3 sessions of baby bulls before heading back into the streets for some churros for breakfast that Greg had fallen in love with the day before, and then back to the apartment for showering and clean-up in preparation for departure.
Other than the incredulity of my coworkers upon my return to work that following Monday the question I have received on many an occasion since I returned has been “well, will you do it again next year??” And while it was a ...
... I had to concentrate fully to make sure I placed my feet in the best place with each step. On the way down I met Luca, an 11 year old boy from Perth, so we walked together for about half an hour. It was so refreshing to walk with someone who had no baggage. Usually when you meet someone they tell you their life story and the reason they are doing the Camino e.g. their brush with death, the death of their spouse, they don't talk to their family, their ...