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... up newspapers for slapping the bulls and waving it in the air, one guy in the TV coverage really stood out with his arm right up in the air. For a minute there i couldn't work out what he was up to but he was in fact taking a selfie with an angry, horned, 600 kg tub of muscle three feet off his ****. It is one thing to be crazy but that **** just takes things to a whole new level. After coffee Tom, Ordbjorn and i set out for about a 25k day. Weather ...
... imitate shooting people "pew pew pew" .... I put that bandana back as it's covered in my spit and grab a clean one to purchase with the rest of my outfit.
After I have a pizza cheesier than Ganzer's pick up lines we sit downstairs at the hotel and witness a debacle. Brazil lose 7-1 to Germany, no Neymar no Brazil. Entertaining nonetheless, perhaps somewhere in the world a German will have a break from being so serious and crack a wry smile of disbelief, but ...
... br> We found the spot we needed to be and waited. And waited. And waited.
The crowd around us began to grow as time went on, and next thing I knew the sun had lit up the sky and we were packed in the center of a mass group of people. They had began to put the fences up around us, penning us in like animals. No going back now.
It was 7 AM, and there was a giant screen on a building over us. We started to hear music and then a video began to ...
... to Pamplona for San Fermin, Running With the Bulls Festival. Both Stace and I were excited but at the same time a little apprehensive about the craziness that was sure to follow. We had booked through Top Deck and were pleasantly surprised with the accommodation, Stace and I shared a fully self contained apartment with three other Australian girls with me and Stace getting the master bedroom. We caught up with Zeke and Ainslee who just happened to be on the same tour and ...
Hi All Just a quick hello to let you know I am now in Spain, in Psmplona. I took the pass over the Pyrenees in two bites and hence felt that it was a very comfortable walk especially in the first day of only 8km!! I felt positively decadent! I was lucky to have wonderful weather on both days to come over the top and it was quite magnificent. The scenery varied from green tree lined paddocks of cows to above tree line fairly barren open areas with sheep and then back over into the ...