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The Pilgrim's office found us a hostal booking at one of the local restaurant / hostal in a dorm environment without bunk beds. But because they had to prepare for breakfast fairly early we were given the boot at 7:00 AM. Rather than stumbling around in the dark and knowing there was going to be an open air market today, we lingered in St Jean Pied du Port. We got our picture at the ancient Roman gate to the community then headed toward ...
... we found our way to the freeway and then got stuck in the auto toll booth with only a 50E note to pay with!! Craig started to panic because the cars started to pile up behind us, but luckily the operator a couple of booths over took pity on us, and changed our note for us!!
Next stop was Biarritz, which was much more high rise and resort looking then Bayonne. Craig hired a board and got to surf a couple ...
... of ten macaroons we headed home, clearly I had never sampled a good one as they were packed full of flavour.
In the late evening we joined Ainoa's sister and father, along with Xabi we caught boat from the border of France crossing the river to Spain. In the town of Fuentarebia where we ate Pintos (similar to tapas) before dinner at a restaurant. It was great to meet new friends over delicious food and Spanish wine.
On our third day we enjoyed ...
... Australia's Liberal party. Have to say, I'm quite glad that people here think I'm European because I'm definitely embarrassed to be recognised as Australian. Hopefully the human rights activists can get everything through the High Court and slapTony and Scott across their soggy faces. Woopahh Ohh well that was a slight rant. But I feel better now. That's one thing I've definitely noticed about travelling this time and not having many ...
... Tony decided to head back to Bayonne via Bus but I pushed on. The rain became extremely heavy now. A lady coming from a nursery was able to give me perfect directions in perfect english so I was quite thrilled. The next minute I got a ride from Michael. He was on his way to the Spanish border to buy cheaper cigarettes. He drove me about 10-15k and letme out. The rain had eased and I was still ...