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Travel Blogs from Anglet
... preschool age boys in tights, shorts and patent leather shoes! Everyone is still in coats and winter clothes. When we commented to a local on how cold it was for this time of year she said, 'we have an expression here, that we don't take our coats off before the 40th May!'
The Guggenheim museum has been here since 1992 and I'm not sure whether it is the chicken or the egg, that has made Bilbao such ...
Well we made it to Santiago. The last day in was one to remember as we knew that it wasn´t a long walk only 20 kms and of course it was our last day. But, we have learned that you can or should never under estimate the camino. So, it was 20 kms to the outskirts of Santiago and then it was a good 4/5 kms into the cathederal which is the end. Also, it rained heavily as we walked in we were absolutely water logged along with all of ...
... Beans, Green Beans Cream cooked in "Orujo" Fireplace.
Little Tear Green Peas and Asparagus grilled in Charcoal
Very thin and light Beef Tartar, New Potato Soufflé and Aromatic Herb Bread
Hake and its Kokotxa with Oyster and Oyster Leaf
From the sea the Grouper accompanied by Cous Cous with cockles and the foam of the waves
Roasted Suckling Pig with Tomato "Bolao" and Iberian Emulsion
"Xaxu" and Coconut Iced Mousse
... our day's destination. Something that's been keeping us, well more me, entertained this trip is Tom's flea. He seems to have picked one up somewhere because every morning he wakes up with a newly christened patch of raised red spots. You never know where it's going to strike next! Anyway, we made it to Anglet, basically on the border with Spain, and are now in a very noisy youth hostel. We'd been so lucky up to now, usually being ...
... is only 30 minutes away by bus so lots of people
stay in San Sebastian and head to Pamplona for the day. This massive
tourist attraction meant that the entire town was heaving with large
groups of loutish Aussies, Kiwis and English, none of which we were
particularily excited about seeing but did enjoy laughing at their
ridiculous antics! Unsuprisingly, it also meant that our campsite
which was a short bus ride up one of the hills that surround San