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... in the middle peel to the sides and push people in their way. People fall to the ground. One bull charges sideways into the people. People run into the arena before the bulls and are booed.
The baby bulls are let out one by one in the ring and guys dart around being cheeky then run to the side. One smart bull runs around the rim of the arena swiping all those clinging to the barrier. Good job.
1000h Back on the bus.
1130h Off ...
... in San Sebastian, very gorgeous city I visited 9
years ago (!) and am shocked and angered at myself for not trying ANY
Pinxtos (Tapas in this region).
This city has the most Michelin Stars
per population in the world. So as you can imagine, the bar is set
pretty darn high. Over 100 Bars fill the romantic old quarter, and
the bar tops are laden with mouthwatering treats, at very decent
prices for you to pick up and eat (also a list of even ...
Our last full day in France! Last night was one of the nicest evenings we've had on this trip. We stayed with a lovely young couch surfing couple who cooked us a wonderful dinner, made us feel fully at home and even got up early this morning to give us breakfast. It was a really restful night and we set off feeling great this morning. The only slight problem was the inch long rent in my tyre that we discovered last night. With a ...
... back to the hostel and decided to make friends with the people in our room to make the stay not so unbearable. They were all very nice, Australian of course and were all attending the Running with the Bulls festival. This meant that they had to get up at 4am to get the bus into Pamplona, returning at 10am, sleeping all day, then going back in for the parties at 9.30pm, so you could say we didn't see them much.
Night for now
Lauren and ...
... was about. The Sanfermines is an annual event/ festival from the 6th of July. Each morning at 8:30 the bulls are released from behind Church Santo Dominigo, and run for 850 meters before reaching the bull ring. To register, you have to be on the run, gates close 7:30 sharp. Interestingly I found out, from a shop keeper, that the first day of the bull runs, there is no bull run. Okay then.
I deliberated about staying in the area one more day, It would be a ...