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... a siesta afterward. Pamplona is famous for the running of the bulls. We followed the route and a few photos are included. It seems crazy to want to outrun a bull but a million people come to see it every July. Lisa and I saw a bullfight almost 15 years ago here in Spain. Quite sad for the bull. We noticed that the residents here are all thin and don't carry anything in their hands while ...
... the night. Meeting new faces as you party along, making new friendships as you talk away. But everyone has one thing in mind, to see or run from the mighty bulls, such beautiful beasts with great power, such beautiful beasts with great strength. This memory will be kept in me for life, because running with the bulls becomes part of the high spirits which form part of your own life."
'Pamplona is changed, of course, but not as much as we are older. I found that ...
... made our way to the
right hand side of “dead man’s corner” (the safest part of the track). Police
didn’t like that, forcing us with batons into what was almost the most dangerous
part. First firework goes off – signal to run. We find a good spot (happy to
just watch them run past at this stage) but by the time the second firework is
set off to say they are on their way adrenaline hit and I was running like the
... Jeans guy is actually Irish! With an English accent, because you know how you go over there to work, or your mother lived there once, or you were born there nineteen years ago - the accent tends to stick. Ahem. Anyway, he wasn't the warmest of personalities, but even more intriguingly, he seems to have teamed up with Princess since yesterday, and the two of them sometimes travel with Action Men in a variety of combinations. However, where Princess is ...
... into our white and red clothes and bought a few red San Fermin costume essentials and made our way into the old town. We met up with our Aussie mates Christie and Mick who we both met and worked with in Orange. It was 1pm and they had a drink in their hands so we decided then it must be that time. From the market a 1L San Migel beer was €1 and 1L Sangria was €1. We grabbed a bite to eat at a tapas bar then walked around the town to check out what's going ...