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... unique, smoky flavor. Couldn't get enough.
Buffalo cheese w/ honey and hazelnuts: Tier 1, yogurt consistency, what we imagined delicous greek yogurt would taste like. They gave us one spoon and we didn't know if we could eat it directly (the best) or if we should eat it with bread.
Chorizo sandwich: Tier 3, although the chorizo used local pimento and pork from Salamanca and was made using the chef's grandmother's recipe, any nuances of the chorizo ...
... an intoxicated man pushing his way through the crowd and pushed one of the smaller girls in our group. Another girl stood up for the one who got pushed and the guy turned around and punched her straight in the face. He crossed a huge line and suffered no consequences. It was a completely unacceptable scenario and as females, we could not even do anything about ...
... all told me with a tinge of disdain: "Watch out; they want to secede from Spain." I knew little about the politics, but their comments already left a bad taste in my mouth. But after living in the Basque Country for three weeks, getting to know Basque people, and learning more about their cultural and political history, I better understand what my family and friends did not. Basque pride runs deeper than a rebellious or unfriendly ...
... of the separatist movement.
- The beaches are topless (optional) and the tide is noticeably, and quickly, in or out.
- Lots of great designated walking paths, and separate routes for bicycles.
- The law requires people to wear helmets when riding, but except for what appered to be tourist cycling groups, we did not see many helmuts.
D has sneezed about 100 times today. If he is allergic to Spain, this is going to be a very long ...
... started to appear out of nowhere.
Headed off in the morning to San Sebastián. It is a beautiful seaside town that I would recommend a visit to. Though, I can imagine it would be packed in the summer. The beach is large and sandy. The cove protected with a small island, so small waves. The town had many churches and narrow interesting lanes. Off to France tomorrow.