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... mind too much. The sun was shining and I had a book to read. The only concern was would Winnie start or not. Someone’s car had failed to start in the queue near us and rescue came quickly so that calmed Sue a little. We eventually boarded and got a quick bite to eat before having a look around. Sue opted for watching a presentation on whales and porpoises/dolphins and I rested my eyelids. Afterwards we both had a snooze ...
... electricals, both screws snapped off and unusuable evermore. There was nothing for it but to go for the duct tape again, oh the beautiful duct tape, strap it up and ride on. In Bayonne we found the sought after Honda garage that would supply Peter with a fine new brake lever, the guy fitting it telling us how he broke his finger racing track bikes but would never be so stupid to race on roads like we do in NI. "Joey Dunlop, yeah!" he said. Onwards we went. A short distance ...
... was really open. So I had to resort to this bakery place that seemed to sell bread and cheese and pickles. Couldnīt be botehred with the cheese or pickles so got a Baguette for 0.65€ and then some ham for €1. So my lovely lunch, afternoon snack was only €1.65 and probably gave me intergestion.
Met a nice Aussie though in the hostel when I realised that my phone charger would not work because I didnīt have a EU adapter, ...
... people, in Spanish, is 'gente maga.' Like the Three Magi or what? I can't wait to go back there for another visit.
Well, I'm currently writing from the Coprodeli head office in Madrid, where I start volunteering next week. Today I'm going along like a zombie after getting back in to the capital around 3:00 this morning. Still, lots of good memories from this most recent trip.
... window open to enjoy the fresh air and listen to the sounds of the waves of the Atlantic as they crash into the Bay.
This morning, we finally slept in! YIPPEE Once we got going, we took another quick tour of town, to see it by day. Around mid-day, we took the 15 minute train ride to Guernika. We thought there may be an opportunity there to taste some of the region's white wines, but nothing panned out.
Our stop at Guernika's Peace Museum gave us ...