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... changed into second gear, Grimley disappearing in my mirrors. The ride was exhilarating and I came to a stop by a bridge back on 'normal' roads waiting for the Fireblade to appear. Tinkerbell had done me proud today. Arriving at the fiesta, the town was a hive of activity. Everyone was dressed in blue with many displaying the Basque flag. From tipsy teenagers to happy pensioners, the whole village and surrounding townships had turned out. I needed to know more about this dead ...
... We think it was for the PP's birthday. Well done to Peter for spotting the concert advertised in a booklet. The Spanish enjoy their music.One fellow near Peter was very involved, thoroughly immersed.
Now too, I suppose, is a good time to mention things we have noticed in particular. Silky terriers are very very popular pets. Grandfathers take their grandchildren out for walks in beautifully outfitted prams, ( nappy bags ...
... window and flickered as the bus passed by leafless trees. I think this is what caused the bad headache that developed several hours into the journey. That and not drinking enough. I got back in the evening and found that CÚsar's mum was in the flat. She's staying with us until the end of term so we've got a full house for a few days before they all leave me! I quickly got some dinner then crawled into bed. Another fun, eventful, English-filled ...
... into town along the estuary. Much to Ross’s disappointment it was completely flat... no surf! The town is quite nice though and appears to be mostly just holiday apartments.
On Saturday there is still no surf so we decide to go to the city of Bilbao which is just an hour inland on the local bus. We wonder round for a bit and find the famous Guggenheim Bilbao. Its architecture really sticks out on ...
... would be partying in Pamplona, as I was eager to meet a few Mexicans to party like a Mexican of course! Although the first time I spoke about the bull running was with my Spanish family, who told me not to run as it was dangerous, I promised them I wouldn't as at that time I was genuinely planning on not running, just watching.
Anyway back to Bilbao, the next morning I went for a traditional Spanish breakfast, churros with hot chocolate, the place where ...