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... greeted us with a picture perfect day and a stunning beach scene with mountains at both ends of the beach and yet another jam packed beach in between. It is very calm with just very slight waves coming through and a bunch of floating platforms with diving boards and slides on them about 80m off shore. They kids are going to love that. Our arrival also marked the start of their week long fiesta celebrations which we are not getting quite well drilled ...
... watching the French enjoy their summer holidays.
Our tour guide Vincent led us to the harbour and to get some Basque Macarons which are completely different from the coloured ones but delicious. The harbour square area was a delight with the water clean and grey mullet swimming, artistes painting and selling their works. The town is beautiful.
Back to the car and off to Spain and San Sebastian which we had heard so much about.
I was glad ...
... then a swim. Check out the beach, where do we sit?? Vincent finds the perfect spot where Pascal can sun himself and take a siesta. People watching is fun - there are so many to watch, the sea is warm & calm. It was a fantastic day for us and coming back to Bayonne the traffic is light on the autoroute. Once back in Bayonne - I'm loving this city it is calm and quiet - it feels like home such a cool place.
Tonight we watch Vincent play Palla with ...
... there stood near the doors and wished everyone well as they left. I put my pack on the bench next to my dad, one of the workers watched me as I walked back inside with my blanket and put it in the discarded pile. He smiled at me as I walked back past him and asked me where I was from. "The UK" I replied. "Ah England" he said "you lost last night". I just looked at him and tried to think, 'Lost at what?'. I couldn't remember any competitions that were going on ...
... path so thick that we sink in to our ankles. We take some photos and enjoy walking downwards.
Not to Long later we get hungry and stop in a reasonably sheltered spot to eat the last of our snacks. Our older Spanish friend heads towards us and we offer him a cracker and cheese which he gratefully accepts as we don't think he has any food ��
It is hard to get up but we know we haven't got too far to go and ...