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... be invaders. Some of the mountains surrounding the city are still capped with snow and the mornings are pretty fresh. The weather has been amazing though, so sunny and warm. Made the mistake of wearing shorts on my first day and every single local stared at me. Seems they take the view that March = winter still and skin wont be exposed for at least a month or two.
Yesterday I took a bus to another town about 40kms south of Pamplona. Olite is it’s name and the main ...
... until we hit the twin towns of Trinidad de Arre and Pamplona. Walking through the city outskirts into the citadel in Pamplona seems odd after the serenity of the outdoors trails. This is bullfighting and bull running country and Ernest Hemingway is still very much idolised here. Tonight I am staying in the Hemingway Hostel and tomorrow I'll take a look around the ...
... with their carry on...these Spaniards are very passionate. The walking tour was fabulous, Pamplona is also very hilly with very narrow cobblestoned streets. We retraced the route the bulls and the crazies that run with them take. From the holding pen before the run, which is normally a car park to the bull ring that corral the bulls at the end. They set off 3 rockets during the run. The first rocket is the bulls are ...
... around San Isidro). However these smaller and less lethal "baby" bulls were no joke. The bullring was packed with people, everyone who had just completed the encierro were now tightly packed into the arena and when the young bull came tearing out of the pen the crowd ebbed and flowed in frightened currents as the bull charged this way and that. On a number of occasions they easily sent full grown men flying into the air with a twist of their neck and a punch of their horns. ...
... either side stretching as far as the eye can see in both directions. They were visible from Pamplona just over 10kms away however I didn't become aware of the humming sound until I was on the path directly under them. They are a strange sight indeed and I'm not sure if they fit with my vision of Spain or the Camino. I braved the strong winds and sat at another monument for a while and soaked up the view back over Pamplona.
The walk down was very steep ...