La Casona de San Pantaleon de Aras
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... down for an incredible lunch where Martin tried a great seafood dish with squid ink sauce. I as well had heard great reviews of this type of sauce, so I had to give it a try myself. At first, I was surprised when my "Pimientos Rellenos" (Stuffed Peppers) came covered in a sauce blacker then I have ever seen before. But with a mix of great cilantro and parsley spices and the incredibly tasting cheese within the peppers, I was delightfully surprised at ...
Can you read that? Probably not...because it is in BASQUE. I made the 2.5 hour bus trip to visit long lost amiga KATE MATTINGLY! I have not seen her in almost 2 years when she came to NYC for New Year's Eve. I was so happy that we were able to reunite in Spain! She is teaching in Bilbao, which is in Basque Country and one of the most prosperous cities in Spain. I had been wanting to visit Bilbao for a long long time, so ...
... place is almost fully booked ...... until the coach parties arrived. Since then we've had tea in the very pleasant company of bus-loads of retirees from elsewhere in Spain. The dancing started straight after dinner and has been wild. To get everyone on the dance floor we had the Blue Danube Waltz, things were hotting-up with the Maccarema and we bailed-out with the Birdies Song.
Just time for a bit of Anthony Horowitz before lights-out. Night ...
... like Roberto.
My schedule was simple 8.30 wake up call
9.00 - 13.00 school
15.30 - 19.00 surf lessons
19.00 - 20.00 Spanish dinner
20.00 - 23.30 homework
Several years ago, when my family and I travelled to the city of our ancestors, in Cornwall, I was a little disappointed to discover it's an industrial port city, not some charming English village on the Cornish coast, as I'd envisioned. Even so, we enjoyed making the pilgrimmage to the motherland and learning about our Quaker ancestors.
This year, Dan and I decided to make a pilgrimmage of our own. It seemed appropriate that at the end of our big round-the-world journey, ...