Aisia Kresala Hotel
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We left the Alberge at 8:30 after a light breakfast. Once again the rain fell as we walked on muddy trails and some blacktop. This is the second day of walking along the ocean with scenic views of the hills to the south and small villages and ocean to the north. The terrain was once again rugged and the paths varied with with grass, clay, reclaimed masonry products, rocks and pools of soggy mud. We were meeting with a couple ...
... enjoys the games before we head back for something to eat and an early night...
...well what was supposed to be an early night but unfortunately the two pilgrims we met that morning stay out for one too many and keep us all awake all night with their snoring. Not knowing the etiquette I keep my cool (just about) and help the kids get to sleep...luckily for them they were up and away early next morning and were ...
The last couple of days in San Seb have been not quite as sunny and magical as the first two. It has been grey skies, raining and about 18 degrees. Not ideal, but we've made the most of it by pretty much walking the entire city and lots of eating and drinking.
On Monday we decided we wanted to visit the city Pamplona, where they do the running of the bulls every July. We spent most of the morning trying to figure out how to get there. We knew it was an ...
After a shop in Bordeaux with the girls, we drove to San Sebastián to meet the boys. After realising how big that city was, we decided to head along the coast and ended up at Itsaspe Caravan Park. We rented an apartment for 3 nights which had amazing views of the Spain coastline. We went for a 10km hike over the ...
... we walked over to a McDonald's (the only sit down place still open) and hung out for a bit longer, and then decided some gelato was in order. Everyone was a little tired, and with Jesse and I having an early start tomorrow for our transit up to Paris and over to Brussels, it was time to call it a night. We said goodbye to our new friends (which is never fun when you've enjoyed each other's company to that extent) and packed it ...