Hotel Tres Reyes
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... day having a look around with a view to only doing a few more Ks to Cizur Menor on the other side of Pamplona. Ps and for those family who were concerned that i would get some idea that running with the bulls would be good fun - there are three reasons why i will not be able to do it unfortunately. 1) i don't have a white t shirt 2) i don't know the special chant / song that they all sing prior to all hell breaking loose 3) i am not completely bat **** ...
... the fact we're as stubborn as anyone and a bit bigger than the locals, we'd probably have been pushed out of our spot. They eventually left us to watch in peace, probably off bullying someone their own size. Ganzer never shows so we head off, he knows where we are staying (unless he's concussed). Thankfully he does show up to inform us that after the run, they release bulls inside the arena for everyone to play matador, these bulls are the more aggressive type and ...
... motion. Finally after the long wait we we're let out onto the course. We jogged along and passed dead mans corner to ensure we missed the carnage that is typical on the famous corner and found a spot half way along the straight. The course is 850 meters long and at eight am sharp a rocket goes off to signal the first bull has left the pen. Moments later a second rocket confirms all bulls are out and about to appear running behind you. There was thousands of more runners than ...
... 8211; a priest from El Salvador, a cop (now studying to become a lawyer), one of the vineyard growers (who of course ensured we tasted the local liqueur by shouting us shots), the local postman etc etc.
We then explored each town we stayed in, before checking out the nightlife with tapas and Rioja, the locally-grown red wines.
The Camino was an indescribable experience that I would love to do more of ...