Pierre & Vacances Residence Eguzki
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... tram to the other the side of town and our tram station and then the bus to camp.
The next few days were busy still exploring the city but also back to the police station to file our report, purchasing new bikes and sending off the insurance claim.
Bordeaux was interesting in that we saw more of the less pleasant side of French, or perhaps just city life. More beggars, many having a dog or two in tow and surprisingly a number of drunk and ...
San Sebastián (Donostia in Basque) is a very stylish city which has the air of an upscale resort, complete with an idyllic location on the shell shaped Bahia de la Concha. Although the weather was a little overcast and wet during my week in San Seb I still fell in love with the captivating natural setting - crystalline waters, a flawless beach (even a surf beach!) all surrounded by lush green hills. San Sebastián is also a paradise for food lovers and is home ...
... but made it.
As I'm walking down the platform I meet my first fellow pilgrim. He passes me, looks back and waves I give the thumbs up, I'm sure our paths will cross when the train reaches Bayonne and we change trains for St Jean Pied de Port. Saw a few more back packs so will meet more of my fellow journeymen along the way.
The French countryside is beautiful. Few pics as the train passes quickly. Ancient small ...
... to see more of SanSe and what I have done here!
Miss and love you all!
Abrazos y besos,
PS. My spanish is getting better which I am quite happy about. My english, however, is changing because most of the international kids speak very plain english (but good, nonetheless) so I feel myself using less complex sayings or slang terms. Its pretty entertaining though to explain to them phrases (like happy camper, faceplant, etc).
... we leafed through a lot of them before finding a small booklet on cycling along the spanish & french sides of the pyrenees but not in them. We bought that one even though it was in Spanish - cec is taking on the translator duties. There was another great one which had really detailed maps but it was for mountain bikes and the route they were showing was off road and gravel so we'd have been having a few punctures ...