Belambra Clubs Les Tuquets
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... for the kids - Oh well.
The final activity of the week to report on was a little trip to the fun park which was right on the water at 1 end of the beach. It is pretty self explanatory - see attached for photos. The kids loved it. There is another one at the other end of town with a roller coaster on the top of a cliff, so that is very high on the agenda for the boys along with lots of beach, cooking classes and more pintxos for this week.
... are the worst, car drivers here are terrific, compared to NZ we are disgusting in our attitude to cyclists and pedestrians.
The minds and eyes were boggling and my thoughts were of the Coromandel beaches especially Otama where one hardly come's across anyone.
Biking was a challenge but interesting as you will see by the ...
... my score would have been brilliant if I could have kept the ball on the fairway. Many penalties as the course had plenty of hazards, rough, and bunkers. Great to see Jacqui play well and we will be a great mixed foursome team when back in NZ.
The Frenchies were such great fun to play golf with, to manage a win was sweet as a Gateaux Basque!!!!! LOL.
... listening to people play music, we also witnessed some seriously bad parking by the French, and by night we parked down a street near by. France is awesome for camping cars because you are allowed to park and sleep in most back streets (as long as you don't park in the same street twice). We learnt the *********** the first night by parking on the beach front and obtained a small fine, and we were given a warning the ...
... consonants, and bears no relationship to either French or Spanish.
Our destination today was the La Rhune Mountain, approximately 15km south of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. More specifically, we were bound for “Le Petit Train de La Rhune” which is a cog-driven electric train that snakes its way up to the 3000-foot summit of that mountain on a journey of about 10km lasting 30 minutes or so.
Weather at the base of the mountain ...