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Travel Blogs from Hendaye
... in the world other than Tokyo, and San Sebastián only has a population of 200,000.
While in San Sebastián we have slotted in like locals...enjoying txikiteros (bar hopping and tasting the pinxos), riding a bike round town, which is so easy as it is flat and has 52km of dedicated bike paths and no end of fabulous street sculptures, museums, parks and beaches.
One day this week ...
... Jar of Yogurt, "Gattzatua" and Berries
Video Girl's Bekarki tasting menu consisted of
Xangurro in Essence, its Coral Blini and "Gurullos"
Green Broth Infusion, Scampi and Smoked Monkfish
Sauteed Fresh Foie Gras with "Salt Flakes and Grain Pepper"
Red Scorpionfish "UMAMI"
"Desalted Cod Box with Shavings
Roasted Pigeon with a touch of Mole and Coca
Milk and Grape, Cheese and Wine Parallel Evolution
Hendaya - San Sebastian; 24 kilometres
It was the 12th of July and we left Zarautz early to catch the train to Hendaya in South West France for our wee walk, 24 kilometres in total to the breath-taking city of San Sebastian, capital of the Basque region of Guipuzkoa.
We caught a train at 7:00am and headed across to the French-Basque town of Hendaya following a changeover at San Sebastian. We were the Armstrong/Sanchez/Garayar team of Neil, Eva, Matthew, ...
Bought a gas bottle for Shanes cooker so a new world of opportunities have opened up for us to do some cooking! how exciting. Pasta never tasted so good!
Getting a bit fed up with sleeping on the ground in the tent, I am on the look out for some sort of camping mat, but havent come across any camping shops.
Did some washing, went for lots of walks and swims and picnics on the beach.
... sauce. It was absolutely delicious! Our host talks us into dessert so we have a berry sorbet which is more like a berry smoothie, then he brings us a shot of some local liqueur to try, we must look like we need it! So much for me hoping to lose a few kg's on the walk!
Another early night as we have another big day tomorrow, but it's our last days walking for this leg and we're looking forward to the rest. Fingers crossed Lesley's knee holds ...