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Day 30 - 26/03/05
Sanguinet to Bayonne
We headed off from Renée's at around 10am. Lisa had already jumped into the car and was sitting on the parcel shelf waiting to go with us it seems (J is not amused but takes a photo anyway!!). We said our sad goodbyes to Renée and thanked her for having us.
It is only a quick …
... had stunning views of the beach, the bay and the ever optimistic surfers waiting to catch the perfect wave. We donned our raincoats, grabbed an umbrella and set off to explore San Sebastian.
The laneways of the old town are now home to bars and restaurants and we enjoyed an early dinner of pintxos and red wine at one of the bars. This bar had 8 cooks who were continuously bringing out platters of ...
So we ended up in Bayonne before the start of the Camino and it was absolutely beautiful. Of course we didn't know that right away because we arrived at 4:00 in the morning. We ended up sleeping on a bus bench until about 6:00 when the buses started running the next day. When they did another couple our age got on and we sparked up a conversation after seeing their tent. We followed them to a campsite which didn't open until 8:30 and ...
... What is life he says "In the Basque we live for eating" - Rod is in heaven!! - me too, if I want to be honest.
We go all out today and get Oysters, Razor Clams, Prawns and Calamari, truck loads of green beans, melons, tomatoes ohlala. We had a fantastic lunch, went for a walk around the city, came back to a sleep - both of us feeling exhausted. We had another walk along the river this evening to soak up the atmosphere and its going to be an early night.
... 8217;s genetic make-up dates back to more than a thousand years before Christ and that their language bears no resemblance to any other European language. I loved the old 1930’s movie showing their local way of living, customs and dancing.
We decided to have dinner at our beautiful hotel on the river Nive. My computer had a place of honor on its own chair since we had to google-translate and google search ...