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We literally crossed the border and felt we came out from the dark side. The weather hadn't been great for our last few days in Spain and as soon as we crossed the border everything seemed just that little bit brighter. We headed back to Biarritz and were lucky enough to park in almost the same spot as last time. We spent 2 days here and lapped up what little beach weather we might have left in us, I was also able to ...
... Kev thought he chose steak. He actually chose tartare beef which is the cold beef like mince that he had previously in Paris. Whilst this is tasty he was caught by surprise when this arrived on the table and really felt like some food to warm him up. Safe to say he had food envy over Erin's hit quiche. We made a dash for the car to escape the cold night and headed back to our safe Ibis budget hotel ready to head off for our next leg of the trip for the wedding of good friends Kylie and Steve in ...
... definitely braved the cold water if we hadn’t swum in Praiano, Capri and Les Calanques. Instead we toured the old city and spent time by the beach. For dinner than night we headed to one of the numerous bars in the old town. For around 2 euros you can get a pintxo which is an equivalent of a tapa in the rest of Spain. There are so many bars in that area that it is easy enough to do a pintxos & drinks tour - a pintxo in each bar till you ...
... like a drowned rat. I found out my rain jacket from H&M is more of a nice looking, water absorbing outer-layer, than it is a repellant of rain. So that was nice. Then we waited outside of class for 20 minutes, only to found out the school forgot to tell all the international kids the class was not being held. Because its a trial period of classes, they only hold each class once a week, which makes sense I guess. The catcher is that there literally is no way to ...
... James, of which I am a member, have an Albergue and I want to stay there before going over the pass at Cruz de Ferro where Pilgims traditionally add a stone from home to the pile there. I shall do the same.
I am feeling very fit and suprising myself with the stamina that I seem to be developing. Long may it last as there are steep climbs ahead, one of which is higher than Ben Nevis! 267 Km to go.
WEDNESDAY 1ST MAY - MOLINASECA .