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... br> San Sebastian is a foodie's heaven. There are just so many restaurants. On the recommendation of the hotel concierge, we had lunch at Bernado's, a seafood restaurant. I was undecided whether to order the prawns or lobster but decided on the prawns as I didn't want the hassle of tackling the lobster in its shell. Thwarted! The prawns (looking more like scampi) were served hot, in their shells, with a garlic ...
... rocks to the cairns we passed. Stopped at a little village for the bestest coffee and 4€ for 2 coffees. Yummo!
And I had a win today by finding an ATM in the little village for brekky. Hedley had said they were In all the towns so I kept little cash with me to find towns are not the places we go through until Pamploma! Oops misunderstood communication! My buddy has had to bail me the last couple of days so it was a relief ...
... s foot with needle, thread and a BandAid, we are on our way again. Although we all start together, we walk different paces and get separated. The goal is to get to the town of Larrasoaña, approximately 25 kilometers of descending steep mountains. We continued to march on, but we ached all over. Sleep the previous night was still not great and we put a lot of strain on our bodies from the previous day's hike. Our feet and knees were the ...
... Biskarret/Viskarret/Gerendiain for lunch then continued with a wicked ascent and killer descent into Zubiri where we crumpled into the first Pension we came across. A Pension differs from the Albergue or Refugio in that we have private rooms and either a private bathroom, or a bathroom shared with another room. Pension Zubirian Etxera was soooo clean and tidy and we had a washing machine with an outdoor clothesline. Considering we have ...
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So after a few crazy day/nights in Pamplona, we decided to head north towards the beaches for some relaxation! We headed to San Sebastion - a coastal city, that seems more like a coastal town.
First night in we had struggled to find somewhere to sleep...everything was either full or pricey! Had to settle on an ...