Eth Irun Hotel
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... home. He claimed to be a journalist, although his knowledge of current affairs, politics and modern technology seemed very limited. He writes travel articles, but was unaware that Biarritz was not hot and sunny in the winter. Nevertheless we had an enjoyable chinwag.
Sunday morning dawned bright and sunny but with subzero temperatures, entailing a session chipping the ice off the car before we could pack up and head ...
... which was a little over an hour away where I filled up with fuel, but then since it was too early for lunch I pressed on through the forests of Le Barp and Labouheyre until I got to Bayonne around 1.30pm. I have to admit I'm finding long rides with no breaks easier and easier, and now that I'm much more confident about where I'll find petrol I'm happy to plot in towns that are three quarters of a tank away, which is about three to four hours of riding. ...
... 6h for the bill to 'print' Lustig would be well gone. He got caught multiple times, but almost always managed to talk the guards into letting him go before trial. Once he was sentenced to imprisonment but escaped, get this, by tying his sheets together and climbing out of the window, pretending to wash the windows at each floor on the way down! Seriously, check it out. Great podcast.
I kind of understand why the french referred to it as ...
... to St. Sebastian in Spain, the mist and rain arrived along with even more gusty wind. Just managed an early lunch before the rain jackets had to go on. Just about every water activity was going on somewhere along our route today. Can't believe how many people were out running this morning, especially as a weekday. About 50km today, not a lot I know but we are still in training at the moment, seeing as we've hardly been on our biles for ...
... either of us had ever
seen – 2 Spanish policeman holding their badges in one hand and
barely glancing at the passports being handed to them, even a kiwi
our breif visit to Irun we headed onto another train this time
heading for San Sebastian! Both on the train and all around San
Sebastian were lots of people dressed in red and white and we were
later to discover that it was the week of the running with the bulls