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... up with the other bus about people before preparing to go home for a siesta. We would be back in at 4pm for the closing ceremony.
The bus left at 4 and we arrived just after 5pm, we all planned on watching our first bull fight and after buying our tickets watched as the whole own geared up for it, bands marched the streets people were going into the stadium with huge chili bins of food and alcohol. It was one big party. The fights lasted from 630 till 815ish and ...
... so personal since I am writing it here). Breakfast in the hostel wasn't very good. Everything else about the hostel was, so we won't hold that against them. I lost my hiking poles again. I realized that I had left them at the restaurant the previous afternoon. So I started before everyone and stopped by the restaurant to inquire about them. They were still there! More good news about humanity! I walked the day mostly by myself, first through an industrial ...
... dry.I guess the rain just made the walk a little more difficult.
I got into Pamplona about 1.30pm and as I said I planned to have a rest day the following day and I booked into a small hostal/hotel. Let me say that I have never appreciated a small hotel room as much as this one. I was bordering on exhaustion again and then I saw the clean, warm room with a double bed to myself, well it could have been the Hilton. Even if it had ...
... Their prowess is potent and secretly stearn.
... the cheap sticky wine running down my back.
As I was walking down a narrow street, I spotted one of the guys I had met in Madrid a few days before - we were supposed to meet in Pamplona but I had lost all of his information.
I ran over and we jumped into a hug, neither of us believing that we had actually ran into each other within the thousands of people on the streets. After him and his friends squirted me with more sangria, ...