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... couple of days ago. Hopefully the nice people from Eurodrive are not reading this and they will appreciate my nice patch up job to take care of a couple of small dents and scratches and a slightly droopy right wing mirror.
This weeks date night on Thursday was less eventful than last week and we only met a few locals and for some reason there are no really funny stories to tell. I don't have the photos but they have been posted on facebook.
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The tour then headed to the harbour for a coffee before going to the beach, OMG people people everywhere.
The challenge was where to sit and change, well first you lose all of your inhibitions wrap the towel around yourself down with the shorts and on with the togs and Voila. Off we went weaving our way to take a swim, the water was very warm and salty. Took photos before the battery went flat. Laughed a lot then back ...
... during dinner my back tyre had deflated, the puncture finally reaching the inner tube. We patched the tyre as best as we could and cycled slowly to the closest bike shop. They had one tyre in stock that fitted my bike - it was 8 euros versus the 40 euro one I had on previously. It was intact though so it was good enough for now! We found a nice family friendly cycle path and followed it almost all the way to our lunch stop, ...
... back home after 5 weeks in Spain. She has been playing the piano accordion which she has been learning for two years and has been merrily practising away for an hour or so - didn't expect the sound to be coming from a Brit in France. Now a couple of hours later and 'Al' has been practising his guitar and even singing along - very nice even if if it is raining and he's sitting outside under their awning doing so. It's rather surreal sight but a lovely sound. Number two for our book methinks ...
San Sebastian is located on the west coast of Spain and is a popular surfing location. I met up with a University mate, Marto and spent the days eating amazing tapas and swimming at the beach, and the nights hitting up some Spanish beer in the local bars.
San Sebastion is known for its tapas- each bar will have a variety ...
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