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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 ...
... to the seasonal produce used by the world famous owner/chef, Victor Arguinzoniz . We were fortunate enough to be served the goose barnacles (much sought after seafood that tasted like a combination of prawns, mussels and scallops). Removing the shells proved to be a challenge and we clearly heeded advice from the waitress in order to avoid being sprayed with the juices. Other highlights ...
... family group in the pink form. For this place surfing is something really usual, it could be compared with the bycicle for its popularity. But the Ocean does not care weather you are local and can good 'drive the wave' or not: at the pick of its activity the surfing boards were flying from one side to another already without the owners who were constantly under the big waves.
Playa de la Concha, I love you, I miss you so much!
... down in for a couple of days. We had already decided that we weren't going to the Galicia region with its cities like Santiago de Compostela as we were actually running out if time. We drove west for a couple of hours but were disappointed in some of the places we looked at. Places like Gijon and Aviles were fairly industrial so we headed back east along the coast and settled for a beach/riverside town called Ribadesella. We really enjoyed it there. There are good walks ...
... day, another airport. Today: Barcelona. Tonight: Paris. So once again our day in transit allows for a block of time to catch Travel Pod up on our time in San Sebastian. This 6 nights was our big block of rest and relaxation, preferably on the beach with a good book. As it turns out, San Sebastian isn't known for its fabulous weather... When its good its good, when its not its like a humid London. But we sure kept ourselves busy regardless. Now, if you have no interest ...