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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
... in university studying one thing, only to find out they hate it and don't want to use it. Pick something you really love and be the best you possibly can at that one thing. Too many people want to do everything and as a result we have a bunch of people at levels 5/10 doing many things just OK, but the world needs more people at level 10. Put your attention, energy and love into things you absolutely love and excel in that.
3. Get away from ...
Today was Fathers Day and I woke feeling a little bit homesick. On the bus I was a bit sookie but we watched "It's Complicated" and "Superbad" which changed my mood considerably. We arrived in San Seb at around 3:30pm. It was a really long wait to check in and the hostel was horrible in comparison to the one I had just stayed at in Madrid. This hostel was eerie, moldy and smelly. Everything creaked and the sound was amplified off the high ceilings. Although San Seb looked like ...
... shells on the ground is the done thing. The food and drink has been an equal highlight to the beaches here, in particular playa del concha. The water is the cleanest we've seen on this coast, its calm and full of pontoons with slides and diving boards, this is jane's equivalent to 6ft and offshore. The temperature has been slowly rising and now hitting the high 30's, the beaches have been packed. We are trying to get ...
... for accommodation for tomorrow night - sure it will all work out because our accidental arrival at Gorasarri has been fantastic! Off to Haro it seems for some wine tasting!
Now for Nissa's travel tips after 3 weeks with 2 children . . .
1. Bring 2 iPads to minimise arguments between parents and children ("it's my turn!")
2. DO throw in an extra pair of socks and undies particularly when Europe decides to have a VERY cold winter and a VERY wet ...
... Unfortunately the weather today is very windy and overcast – although still 29 degrees – so we didn't actually venture into the water or onto the beach.
This week in San Sebastian the annual film festival is on so the city is absolutely heaving with people. Outside the fancy hotels the red carpet is permanently set up and there are people ...
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