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good value for money. The in room washing machine is a great bonus.
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... red less than $3.00 - even right in the town centre tourist area. 3 course dinner last night including a bottle of wine was about $27. A glass of wine in Melbourne is regularly $9 and main course on its own is $30. Think I'll stay here! Dinner outside in the town square: entree, main, dessert, bottle of wine: ...
... though of course, being trouble makers, we were last out of the hostel at 7.30 am. Our German hosts waved us Buen Camino as they had done for every pilgrim leaving that morning. Another long walk through charming villages and fields of sunflowers climbed eventually to Alto del Perdon. At the top of a ridge with fabulous views on both sides sat many tired pilgrims with the attraction, apart from ...
... to purchase the requisite white outfits with red bandanas, we took the escalators upstairs to see an enormous field full of all kinds of trash, people sleeping on the wet lawn, people sleeping (or still passed out) on the sidewalks, benches, corners of buildings — virtually everywhere — remnants of a huge all night party from the night before. There were two groups of people walking around town in the early morning hours — those who were ...
... was out there with everyone else. Every time they went over towards Dean I couldn't watch, I was so scared for him, thankfully he came out un harmed. Overall they realised 5 or so bulls individually and people risked their lives to get the adrenalin kick they wanted by getting as close to the bull as possible, most people try to give it a tap on the bottom for good luck but some others attempt to grab and wrestle them by the horns and a small few tried to get on ...
... out the other side. The exit and entry gates were shut and it was now our turn cheer and hug. As we caught our breath, I looked at the red wall that was containing us thinking to myself, "It would be easy to jump in the case a steer decided to line me up". Moments later the gate swung open and the first steer was let into the bull ring. It was so much harder to spot the manic animal than I first thought it would be. Honestly, the poor thing was probably more scared than I was but, ...