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So today Cameron and I took a jog to Deusto. I was dying. He was 10x a better runner than me. We then met up and climbed then hill to see the statue of Jesus. My legs are dead. I have never in my entire life climbed up hills that steep. The dogs are different here than in America. Dogs here are mostly small dogs more seen as an accessory I would say. Always wearing coats paired next to stylish women. On our hike we saw a man kick the ball off this very steep ledge and about had a ...
... the pain came down hard! I couldn't smile. I couldn't be happy. We passed a group of ladies who kept declaring how happy they were to be here and I looked at Dan and said: "something's wrong with me. I'm not happy and I hate this". He nodded and begged for me to smile but I couldn't. Dan decided since I was dying that we would stop short of the full days walk and stay in Pamplona for the night. I decided I was done and would get a bus. I knew the next day we had a ...
... this part: those who watch from the outside of the ring taking pictures and those who want to try to touch the bull. Watching the bulls get revenge on the idiots who were running toward it was oddly delightful, but when I ended up closer to the bull than I had planned, I was done and went to meet back with Vicky. All in all, it was an interesting experience and I am glad that I did it, but I don't understand all the hype, obsession, and mostly the unnecessary animal ...
Awoke at “zero dark thirty” and made the half mile walk to our car (we found an open parking spot on the street, since the parking garage we are using doesn’t open until 7am!), and headed off in the dark for our drive to Pamplona — site of the world famous “running with the bulls”.
We drove into town when it was still somewhat dark, and found our way to the central parking garage, which is also the main bus station. ...
... and post the answer in the Comments section. As a result, the trail markings normally do not use words but rather the clamshell symbol. The larger towns and cities have beautifully fashioned inserts of the clamshell which are affixed to the pavement at regular intervals (about every 20 or 30 feet) so you really can't go wrong there. In the smaller towns, clamshell symbols are affixed to some of the buildings. Out in the country, there are ...