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Bonjour tout le monde! Hey Everybody! Bienvenidos todos mis amigos! Si vous avez reçu une invitation à mon blog, c'est parce que vous êtes des amis, de la parenté, ou bien des êtres chers que j'ai eu le plaisir de rencontrer lors des mes derniers voyages! Eh bien, je n'en pouvais plus... iI était temps de lâcher …
Since I was so well hidden last night, I made no effort to get up at dawn and instead just allowed myself to wake up whenever, which turned out to be about 8am because - believe it or not - I was cold. In the south of France in the middle of summer. I remembered that I still had two Snickers bars, so I made up some excuse in my head that therefore I should eat them for breakfast. I think Jess' style of self-justification is wearing off on me. I rode ...
Started the morning boosting it over to the Eiffel Tower while listening to Missed in History's podcast about Victor Lustig - The man who sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice.
Lustig story is really great, one of his great scams was a box full of gears that would duplicate 100$ bills, so he would use two 100$ bills for the scam and people would pay 30,000$ for what they believed was a money-printing machine and the only one of it's kind. By the time they ...
The sun is still missing…….
Set off south to the Spanish border today, coming back the same way as we went.
Good news, only carrying one light pannier each and a top box.
Bad news - there were 5 long hills up and down which we also had to do on the way back.
Grey and overcast when we set off, wind got up and when we arrived at the sea front at Hendaye, which sits along the river and the ...
... shocked at their size.
After slogging through the mud for 7 hours, we finally made it to Zubiri where we got the last 3 beds in an albergue. It was quite a dangerous day's walking as we went across a lot of large wet rocks going up and down the hills. It would have been very easy to get injured if we had slipped but our walking poles proved invaluable. There were a lot of people on the path today and we were continually being overtaken by ...