Novotel Biarritz Anglet
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... cooked n a pastry base followed by Apple and yoghurt. Yuuuummmmoooo!
Two showers and one toilet between about 20 of us. No sweat what's the hassle. Rules are strict. Lights out at 10 and no one is permitted out of bed before 7:45. No wifi so will check everything tomorrow from the pub up the road.
We have two nights in St Jeans before heading out on the Camino. Will explore this little village at the base of the Pyrennes tomorrow.
... of them mixed. Wa la! Latte! And it was delicious. Breakfast was excellent. It was a combination of pastries, crepes, fruit, prosciutto and cheese. Yummy! All charged up and ready to go. The weather couldn't be better. Sunny and mid 60's. Perfect!
Learned a lot about our vagabond tour director Simon. He has traveled all of Asia and Europe on foot. He and his wife and 2 children took a walking tour that lasted a ...
... is what I thought. I spy with my little eye something grouchy...it was Katie! French breakfast is not her thing!
It took quite a long time to get to the train station. Traffic is horrendous. What should have taken a half hour took almost 2 hours. I could see the panic starting to rise in Simon, our tour director. The train station is heavily guarded with men from the military all carrying machine guns. Very intimidating. Didn't seem like a good ...
... than climbing. The countryside now is like the Black Mountians or Brecon Beacons but about half as big again, very beautiful. I passed through a valley full of sheep, goats and sheep dogs but no shepherds that I could see. About 26.5 Km covered today. Tomorrow I hope to pass through PONFERRADA and get well beyond it. The New Zealander is suffering and wants a short day, so I shall probably move ahead of them tomorrow. Thinking of Annabelle a lot at ...
... here and there.
Also at the hostel, I met Mohi, a Swiss student currently studying in Madrid (ah, maybe that's why Miguel assumed my background as such...). His fluency in five languages (French and German due to being Swiss, English and Arabic due to being Sudanese, and now also Spanish) totally blows away any hubris I may have with my languages! Amusingly, we couldn't quite decide on a language to communicate in when we met - we had an entire conversation ...
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