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... to be desired. Still it's all an adventure. We stayed two nights and went into Gijong. A really pretty town on the coast. Had lunch and the went to the supermarket to get something for dinner. Drove from Gijong to St Jean de Luz (France) via Gernika, a town which had been bombed by the Germans during the Spanish Civil War 1937) on the request of Franco, so,we believe. Unfortunately we got there at 1.45 and everything shuts at 2.00 and does not open until 4.00. ...
In the little town of Zugarramurdi at the beginning of the 17th century, the Spanish Inquisition left an unsparing mark in its hunt for witches. The result of the Inquisitor's witch-hunt through the Basque country resulted in the largest witch trial in history. As like most other cultures during this time, the people of Zuggarramurdi practiced paganism. One of the most popular rituals amongst the small farming town revolved around the billy goat. ...
... guy ahead of me got his strap caught on the handle. Have you ever seen a nature documentary where an animal gets caught in a net, and they're trying to hold it still while it flails everywhere, crying and making it worse?
This was like that.
Finally got him unwrapped and jumped out as the train started to pull away again, with all of my stuff in tow.
There was Laura, the friend I was staying with, walking up the platform.
This was ...
... so you can stop trying to learn it honey:) French people are rude and it makes them very unattractive.
Train rides are long and boring. Only thing to do is eat and drink wine. We tried to bribe Katie to go find the beverage car for us but it failed miserably. We thought it might work if we bribe some of the 18 year olds to do it and we would buy them a glass of wine for going. That just seemed wrong and inappropriate to bribe kids with alcohol to ...
... to be like. We arrived at the campsite in a suburb called Salapeno, and on the coast, shortly after lunch time. it is an apparent 15 minute walk to the Metro so after quickly setting up we we're off on the train to downtown Bilbao by 1.30pm. Their train system is really good and we were able to to purchase a single ticket we could both use on all forms of transport in the city, the journey into town took about half an hour and the ticket cost a total of €5, not bad at all. ...