Grand Hotel de La Poste
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... like retirement or career change, demanded an opportunity for reflection which The Camino provided; and, that Canada does not have supported walks like The Camino with aubergues and cafes focused on Pilgrim's needs.
Frankly, Spain's Camino is so well developed from the many centuries of pilgrimage that with its current resurgence it has become an economic engine in many rural villages quite outside typical economic hubs. Given the plight ...
... used to be where the bull fighting happened. Not a bull in sight now, unless you count the 20 or so English guys on a bucks show competing for the señoritas. I don't know if there is a city on earth where the wine is cheaper than water, but SS is the place. 2.5 euros for an aqua con gas (mineral water), 2 euros for a white wine. 2 EUROS??!!!! And it was delicious as well, not a hint of fruity lexia was detected. We tried out a few pintxos and went to bed for a siesta ...
... bad things were in terms of
fruit production. But other than the mildew everyone was well and the
vegetable garden we had helped with during our stay was blossoming
due to the rain so not all was lost!
literally had 2 hours in Castillion until our next train to Bordeuax,
then from Bordeaux to Hendaye which is the last french town before
you cross the border into Spain. We had a 2 hour wait here until the
next leg of our train took us across ...
... kept a fabulously powerful atlantic ocean swell away. Visited Beatrice parents in Ciboure. Had a wonderful four conversations at once sort of visit, fabulous fun. Tears in her eyes as she spoke of B and her grandchildren. I gave her a tea towel with kiwis on it and she hugged it as if it was a real treasure from NZ. True Basque looking, elegant sophisticated and tall and dark, both keen on cuisine and he on the All Blacks and wine. We had booked our final night for ...
... were all excited about exploring it over the next few days. After dumping our bags at our pension we wandered the streets of the old town to get our bearings. We found a nice restaurant where we ate tapas for lunch before walking along the promanade that hugs the coastline. The beach looked fantastic despite being a slightly overcast day. In the afternoon we tried to visit the city's main cathedral but it was closed. Jim and Brendan then decided to go for ...