La Ferme de Biarritz
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... cafes and villas shut up for winter. We arrived at Biscarrose Plage a but frazzled and with luck on our side. This Aire is in a pine forest, next to a campsite and a picturesque walk or cycle to a lovely beach and it was packed.... We decided to not stop for water as there was queue and we hadn't ran out yet. Good job too as I am sure we got the only free spot, facing the forest, under their shade and with our door opening out to other vans. Such a different place from anywhere we ...
... week thats ahead of me (tons of class).
On the way back we had a little mishap with the train when it stopped at some random train station and we were forced to get off. I don't know how the train system works so bad here at times, but we were lucky enough to catch another train to Bordeaux soon after and still make it on our next train. At Bordeaux we got macarons (I got pistachio and nutella) and I reminisced about the days I lived there. It was a great weekend.
... Goats cheese , foie terrine, melt in your mouth duck and pork and 2 beautiful desserts both of which I ended up eating - Guy had finally surrendered to our gluttony and given up!
Still no let up in the weather!
24/5. Moving day. Off to Hondaribba- only 15 km away but closer to railway stn for our trip to Paris!
Our 30 min drive ended up taking nearly 2 hours - Madame GPS had trouble finding her way around the roadworks on the ...
... new tan won't peel off haha. Got back to the hostel to check in to our new room. After a few issues with the receptionist, she wanted my ID, which I had already given them and she couldn't find it (great!), we finally got our room. They had moved us to a 4 bed dorm and gave us a discount on all 3 nights, so we were happy with that in the end.
We decided to head out for a few drinks and dinner for our last night in San Sebastián. Their main delicacy, or ...
... shopping and little bars. When we were settled in it felt good to cook our own food and stay in one place for a while and have a break from 'travelling.' Luckily we were right near the ocean and in the middle of Biarritz and every day we went for a walk along the rocky cliffs and around town to see what else we could discover. There was sadly no surf for Tom so we had to find other ways to keep entertained. In France baguettes and crepes are eaten very regularly. Our favourite crepes ...