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... arena they run straight through and out the other side to another pen. They let people run into the arena for about three and a half minutes before they close it off. At this stage the smaller bulls come out and run havoc trying to smash people. They are much smaller than the Bulls that do the run and they also have cork on their horns so they can't gore anyone. It is entertaining at times but you do also have some times with knuckle heads trying to keep ...
After a short, and slightly cold nights sleep we woke up for breakfast, dressed in all white again, ready for our first day in Pamplona. Today was the opening ceremony for San Fermina, running of the Bulls. To celebrate they have a massive sangria fight in the centre of town. Ash, one of the tour owners took us though town and told us what the plan was and what happens. ...
We didn't have much planned for this morning because we didn't have a lot of time. We got up and set off to do some more laundry before we set off camping. We returned to the one we tried on the first day but it was closed, just like most of the shops because it was Sunday. We looked across the road and couldn't believe there was a self service laundromat right there when we had walked at least 30 minutes to find an alternative ...
On our second week of class we had a day trip to a couple of interesting places. The first of which takes the interesting part of the trip while the second part of the trip was painfully boring and extremely cold (due to the gale force winds whipping around). So, the first part of this day trip was to a medieval fortress known as "El Cerco." This town was pretty modernized for a medieval town but it still maintained its age very well. A lot of the fortress ...
Like Palio, San Fermin consumes Pamplona, and it is hard to describe without experiencing it, but I will do my damnedness. The narrative of my story, however, has been subsumed in what I wish I had found on the Internet before I went - a tutorial. Also, my pictures are somewhat limited by not wanting to carry the camera and not being allowed to take pictures while running. So you can go here to here to click on galleries from the day I ran (July 9) - ...