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... and I had great respect for them as I had driven the reverse path over the last few days and I was tired!
I had to concede defeat after 3 hours and we went back on highway for last 50 km into San Sebastian.If you are contemplating driving the non highway North coast of Spain take your time and saviour those hills and the valleys.
To do it properly would need 7 or 8 days slow crawl stopping off as necessary.
The book said the ...
... culture was stepped on (so to speak) after being on the losing side of the war and had much more ground to make up after Franco's death. With news of other groups such as the IRA and Northern Ireland independence, and now Scotland the idea of independence for the Basque country raises many questions. Even after having and overhearing conversations with students about the topic, many simply want recognition. Recognition of their culture, their language, their roots that ...
- An early start today to catch the 8:00am train to Madrid. It is raining today in Madrid. Our taxi drivers wife comes from San Sebastian and he tells us that San Sebastian has 300 days of rain per year, but is a lovely place. The train departure is delayed by 30 mins by the weather as there is a signal failure. Spain is building a fast train rail to the north but as in the south it has not been completed as they have no money. The train ...
"YOU CANT JUST ASK IF SOMEONE HAS A GIRLFRIEND?" -San Sebastian local 2
Then collectivized laughter. The way women interact across cultures varies greatly to how men react to women, its like an unseen barrier or a blurry Pintxo Pote line of whats appropriate to ask.
Basque Nationalism 06/12/15
During the talk about the Spanish Civil War and its long term impact on the Basque country one thing in particular stood out ...
... are smashed and then pressed by a giant block of wood. The juice then falls through the floor and is collected on the ground floor. The farmers had to build the press first before building the house around it. In this day and age, we have lots of machines doing our work for us, and because of that we often never realize the processes that go into production. The cider house was ...