Belambra Clubs Les Tuquets
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... life! After a walk around we headed for the French border. The sat nav took us on the coast road which was a bit like the Bilgola bends only it went for miles and miles. Fortunately we made it in one piece and are staying very close to the beach on the outskirts of St Jean de Luz. Went for a walk around the coast today but David is back now watching the rugby, South Africa and the All Blacks. Today (Sunday, but no idea of the date) we were up and at it a ...
... Zaragoza means we can have an extra day here, a day of rest for Lesley as she seems to have picked up the cough and cold she caught here last time!
Yesterday afternoon I went out on my last trip, this time to Le Petit Train de la Rhune, the rack and pinion railway that runs up the slope of the Basque symbolic mountain, Larrun, to the summit at 905 metres. The track is only about 2 ½ miles, but in that space it climbs over ...
... double boom, Tinkerbell started first time despite the searing heat. Soon we came off the motorway and headed for our destination, which was to be Hossegar tonight. Arriving in another small village, with the mandatory church, I didn't spot any useful signs for where we were supposed to go so instead I followed one for Souston lake, or "lac de Souston" as they call it here. This was a cool little place to stop and chill for a while, a ...
... 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 fourth night not to park in the same ...
Once we'd managed to recover from our epic journey, we set off into the town to explore (and track down some supplies). It was a little cloudy at first but soon the sun began to peek through - as soon as it did it became instantly hotter, a clear indication that we were further south.
The countryside in this part of the world is utterly beautiful, almost as if part of the alpine valleys of France or Northern Italy have been plonked down on the Spanish coast. There ...