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We will see bull running and fireworks as part of a festival. We are also touring the town and being guests in a members only private gastronomic society or txoko. Members are mostly men with a shared interest in cooking creative meals for their guests. Women were banned but now welcome to dine with the men. This ought to be a great ...
... double boom, Tinkerbell started first time despite the searing heat. Soon we came off the motorway and headed for our destination, which was to be Hossegar tonight. Arriving in another small village, with the mandatory church, I didn't spot any useful signs for where we were supposed to go so instead I followed one for Souston lake, or "lac de Souston" as they call it here. This was a cool little place to stop and chill for a while, a ...
The surf was reported to be the biggest it's been all summer, so it was inevitable that we were heading back to catch any last surfs. Thankfully the website report was correct and Dean surfed at least 3 times a day. He was one very happy man! One of the final days there was the biggest and most clean looking surf we have seen in France, not hard to bet considering it was the worst summer for surf. In saying this, it was pretty cool to see when the waves towered over the ...
... go off to bed. The next morning we all decide
to rent some bikes, luckily the rental place was right round the corner. When
we got our bike dad an I went off to the surf rental and get a 6.0 for me and a
6.6 for dad and the boards but the boards weren’t wide so we could just duck dive
the huge waves. As we got our wetsuits on and got into the crystal clear water.
The waves were about 3-4 foot and really clean and not many people but ...
... challenges today. We came to a parking meter that was more than "money in / ticket out". First one I gave up and assumed the next screen that asked questions and codes meant it was for locals. My co-pilot sorted it out. You first need to say whether you are parking a truck or car, then you need to enter your car rego. Bit tricky but sorted it out
Next challenge was Sandy's first real outing driving on left hand side ...