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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
... phone woes have continued and I have now spent about E100 on this stinking Orange sim with data package and text which seems to run out in about 20 minutes. For the record my French number is +33 643 841 310 although I am thinking I will go back to using my Aus number and take the roaming pain. Viber is by far the best option and if anyone wants to contact us.
The major trip of the last few days was an outing to St Jean de Luz which is another ...
... tight spot and a lie down amongst the young and old.
Escaping the crowds we heading back to the tranquility of Bayonne and enjoyed a delicious Ice cream. Fantastic dinner of veal and salad. Vincent went off to play Pal-la an old Basque sport similar to Squash, played with a plywood bat. We wandered down later to watch him play which was eye opening. Walking home through the streets at 11pm the restaurants were still full. What a day in the Basque!! ...
... Spanish style they would order wine and then be too drunk to farm...resulting in a lack of produce! To combat this problem the king of Spain decreed that all bars must serve a small portion of food with all alcoholic drinks. Later the food was used to cover the drinks to prevent dust and flies getting in (particularly in the south where they are close to Morocco). Tapa = to cover - hence Tapas!!! 4. Why is there sooooo much pig eaten in Spain? Lots ...
... Beans, Green Beans Cream cooked in "Orujo" Fireplace.
Little Tear Green Peas and Asparagus grilled in Charcoal
Very thin and light Beef Tartar, New Potato Soufflé and Aromatic Herb Bread
Hake and its Kokotxa with Oyster and Oyster Leaf
From the sea the Grouper accompanied by Cous Cous with cockles and the foam of the waves
Roasted Suckling Pig with Tomato "Bolao" and Iberian Emulsion
"Xaxu" and Coconut Iced Mousse
... the climb to the top as the perfect sunny afternoon quickly gave way to steady rain, blinding fog, and strong wind gusts. The downhill in many ways was more dangerous with my mediocre brakes and the lack of body heat generated while descending; that, and as the route passed through some industrial, highway-dominated areas, I would have been cycling hours in the wet ...