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... across the river for an early,quick dinner before we went to a bullfight. We went to a fight for beginning matadors. It did not start until 10 o'clock at night. The ring looked spectacular at night, the place was about 3/4 full many of them well dressed. The event began with music and entrance of horses and then the matadors all dressed in their finery. They were a young group, most of them only 18 or 19. Then the bull comes in and as he fought a number of processes are undergone ...
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WE GO ON ADVANCING ALONG OF THE WAY TO A LAND WHICH IS CALLED VISTA HERMOSA.
THE PATH OF A ROUTE WHICH IS CALLED LOS CONTRAVANDISTAS CROSSES WITH OUR WAY WHEN FOUR KILOMETRES AND A **************** FROM REAL DE LA HARA.
THE PATH COMES DOWN OF SAN ROQUE’S SAW WHICH IS A FEW KILOMETRES ON THE RIGHT.
THERE ISN’T ANY MORE TO MAKE STAND OUT WHEN WE ARRIVE AT CROSSROADS ...
... and included a French lady and an Austrian man flirting in English – I had to finish my breakfast early and move on, as overhearing became too embarrassing to bear. There was also a very nice Japanese man who seemed to speak no English and little Spanish, but I did my best to convey sympathy for the horrors of Japan while he did the same for my tiny blister. Does he think God will put things right?
The only excitement ...
... br> A German left the bar just as we arrived, and some Norwegians came in as I was leaving. I caught up with Anna-Marie, a Canadian who has already done the Camino Francés, on the outskirts. We passed an Austrian who had walked as far as Salamanca waiting at a bus top and were overtaken by three Spanish cyclists. At some point Anna-Marie said she felt I was going faster than her and should go on ahead so I did, partly because I didn’t want to ...