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... a taxi as soon as I became misplaced. It was that easy, fixing the problem I did not necessarily put myself in by just getting off the bus. At home I would have just sat quietly and waiting patiently till everything made sense but in this unexplored land I had to leap out of my comfort zone. A little astray but eventually found my way to my second home.
Fitting In But Out Of Place
Its a bizarre feeling not knowing ...
... named Saria came and found us and helped navigate us to hotel. There is a festival on ATM so half the roads are blocked and trying to understand the Spanish language proved difficult. It is now 8 pm, 5 hours since we left Hossegor to make the 40 min trip and we are tired and bloody hungry. Off for a stiff drink and some pintxos!!! There must be 100,00 people in ...
San Sebastián or Donostia is a city that lies on the coast of the Bay of Biscay, 20 km from the French border. The main economic activities are commerce and tourism, and it is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain. It is a very beautiful place with a protected beach which meets the lush green mountains. In between attractive old building line the beach with an abundance of restaurants and bars, we were in ...
... tans fading after a wet week in England. Our first stop (after a cerveca/sangria and some croquettes) was to catch some evening sun in the Retiro park, lying on the grass people watching, particularly those in the rowboats under the monument to Alfonso XII.
We had a recommendation to get some tapas in La Latina district so we strapped ourselves in for Ox cheek and the famous Pintxos of the restaurant, potato frittata with caramelised onion - yum.
... P1....train delayed. Back to P3... Our arrival at San Sebastián is without drama. Finding our way is easy by following the river and then turning towards the old town where we soon find our pension and our hostess, Anne, who is an absolute riot. Very little English, a bit ditzy and quite animated, often summoning her reluctant but polite and lovely, 15 year old son to translate. She settles us in our ...