Complexe Dax Thermal
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... I tried to get my surf skills down but the improvement is very little, Sahid instead had a blast with the great swell that was around. I think after months of not having touched the ocean or board, my smaller/new board, the cold weather and putting on a wet wetsuit is not working in my advantage. But i have to say, the waves so far on our trip were pretty good!
We crossed the boarder to Spain, San Sebastian to discover the beautiful city and walked around town for ...
... grapes are found in the town markets. Come to think of it, the town-square market in Bayonne reminds me of Oxbow Market in Napa. The Camino de Santiago (or known simply as the "Camino") began as a religious pilgrimage to visit the bones of the patron Saint James at the cathedral at Santiago de Campostela along the coast of Spain. The faithful would make a pilgrimage at least once in their lives to visit the relics by following this ...
A long but interesting travel day. Took a long time to get out of Bilbao- it has Spain's longest tunnel, especially if you travel it twice! The Basque Country of Northern Spain is very different from Spain in general. Different language, darker complexions, and the houses are much more like what we have seen in Austria or Italy than in Spain. The country is hilly, richer, and greener. The coast along the Bay of Biscay very rugged with ...
... There was a security guard standing inside a property we had parked in front of telling us we were not allowed to park there. All that we could see from the road was what looked like several derelict buildings and a new sign saying Institut Helio-Marin. Why have a new sign when all the buildings were derelict? Why couldn't we park there? What does a not for profit organisation that has been established for over 100 years and provides ...
... to build and live outside of the town walls right up until 1907.
Inside these walls we found a seemingly endless maze of narrow pedestrianized streets filled with centuries old buildings with half timbered facades and stunning wrought iron balconies. What stood out to us was that it felt like there was actually a community living here, not just a bunch of tourists. It was a pleasant surprise and it certainly added to the experience. ...