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good value for money. The in room washing machine is a great bonus.
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... s sad that people get in uproars about it. We wished that Australia had such history and culture- at no stage do we stop work for a number of days and get together with our families to celebrate an iconic event. If we did maybe it would give people something worthwhile to enjoy rather than get caught up tweeting about mindless sensationalised stories and events... Arriving at our camp on the edge of Pamplona was quite exciting- there were so many people dressed up in white ...
... to come watch his brave effort, and that they drove home without him, they'd have gotten far away if their car was fueled by shame. Better luck next year champ.
While we wait at the agreed meeting point for Ganzer some guy comes out of the arena on a stretcher and people cheer, 'congratulations on being a pawn for our entertainment' the crowd seems to be saying, the locals here really are ruthless, we were constantly almost barged out of our position, if ...
... As long as I live I will never forget the exhilaration and fear, the moment I peeled myself from the wall of a boarded up shop window and began to run with the bulls.
We had gathered earlier than the day before at about 5:30 and headed to the town hall to guarantee us a spot. For two and a half hours we stood packed in tight with thousands of others. I had already thrown up twice from nerves and I must admit it was the longest two hours of my life as time passed ...
... Spanish villages for coffee or to check out the church. The camaraderie among the pilgrims was amazing – such a buzz- and we chatted to so many different people, of all ages and nationalities, each with their own reason for embarking on the journey. Each day of walking finished with a typical Spanish lunch – late, 3 courses plus wine, to be enjoyed over hours. We lunched with such a random selection of ...
... spot Peter sitting on a bench. His albergue wouldn't open until 1:00 and he'd decided to enjoy the river until then. So, Michael and Alcut took off their boots and waded in the water and the two of us took off our backpacks and sat with Peter for about half an hour. While we sat there, we saw a woman walking a darling little poodle. We couldn't believe our eyes as we watched the dog stop its walk past us, raise its leg, and proceed to pee ...