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... to San Sebastian – I basically walked around for a few hours and admired the sights, then jumped on another bus (which was late and I chilled with an Australian father and daughter in the meantime) bound for Bilbao.
The countryside is similarly beautiful, woods as well as green fields and the scruffy animals. It’s funny how the landscapes I find the most attractive are the ones similar to home.
Bilbao isn’t a ...
... only about 10 of them were from Bordeaux and the surrounding Dordogne region. We asked a girl for some information and she gave a brief summary of the different wines. It was nice to try just a sip from quite a few and pretty handy when there was no other option for tasting wines. Ideally there should be some wine bars that could correspond to some of the vineyards and even provide some free tastings and have some more information about them all. We are probably just spoilt by the way ...
... second cracker signals that the last bull has left the corral. There are six fighting bulls accompanied by six oxen (often white and brown coloured) that guide them to the "plaza" and followed by three more not fighting oxen. There are also some shepherds guiding the bulls, wearing green T-shirts and holding long poles. Once all of the bulls have entered the arena, a third rocket is released while a fourth firecracker indicates that the bulls are in their bullpens and ...
... Ono exhibition that is on at the moment was great fun, quirky and for some could be quite confronting. But what was really mind blowing was the permanent exhibits by Richard Serra. The scale and challenging design of them are fantastic. The artist tells us not to focus on the tectonics of his work but just the atmosphere his works create, hard to do as they are of monumental proportions, constructed from ...
... for a while (still in Spain) in a little border town of Roncevalles - about 6 houses and we noticed 3 taxis ! As we set off on our way down the mountain into France we realised why so many taxis in such a small town - we passed a number on the way with what looked like pilgrims aboard. This section of the Camino is supposed to be the hardest of the 800 kms but we did wonder if they are going to make the distance if they grab a cab so early! And ...