Sancho Ramírez Hotel
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... and w some Aussies who'd done the run 5 times, so they knew their stuff, and to just run as soon as you see a bull. Standard really. The flare gun went off and it was mayhem! The six testosterone fueled bulls were released, then six 'calm' castrated bulls right after. So you got 12 bulls each about 500-600kg running down the narrow streets! The whole run lasts for about 3 1/2 minutes. Some people ran into the stadium way before the bulls, these people are cheats and they were ...
... I told them to stay there and ran to a group of older spanish people, asking them to call an ambulance immediately. I explained to them what happened in the best spanish I could and they told me to bring her to a corner down the block, so I did.
We waited for what seemed like an eternity, and I wrote down spanish phrases for her boyfriend that he would need for the medics once they left. Finally the ambulance came, I explained what had happened, and ...
... B. If he doesn't get kicked out that he makes it through without being hurt and C. makes it into the arena without being locked out. It was a whirlwind couple of minutes as we watched the run on the huge screen, I was literally clinging to a friend we met at the campsite the day before as I watched it unfold. I couldn't believe what I was seeing. Moments later people began to jog into the arena cheering that they got in, it was then closely followed ...
... 6.00am bus, and got into town just after 6:30am. We made our way to the sales office to buy tickets for seats inside the grandstands. While Amanda waited in line, I ran over to the shop, come bar, to get some breakfast, a jamon sandwich and 2 beers - back on the horse!
Inside the arena the amount of spectators was building. Not really knowing where to sit we slid under a couple of the fences, that divided up the grandstands, to get the best view of the inlet tunnel and, ...
... the energy we felt there! 6 of us went to the supermarcado and filled up on fruit & veggies, the monks generously gave us lettuce and tomatoes from their garden and eggs from their chickens and we had a feast for dinner, breakfast and lunch today all for 4 E each!
This message comes to you with so much love our precious friends and family. I am often overcome with love and gratitude for you all. Hasta luego for today.