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First Days of the Camino
Day 1 of the walk, finds us starting bright and early (.... oops, I mean dark and early) as you can see from the first picture, of us at the old Roman archway into the village of St Jean Pieds du Port which is considered the start of the Camino Francais.
We have the John Brierley guide book to walking the Camino which undertakes the Camino Francais route in 33 days. Day 1, according to the guide, would be ...
... learning. To our east, at the very end of the beach are the bigger waves and the last 200m or so is flagged for surfers only. Over the course of the day we would sample the full spectrum, but the girls (even Anna) clearly have a preference for the bigger ones to our right.
Molly and Katie are signed up for school today, so they head out to get suited up in rubber and pick up their boards. They've got a private lesson today with a young guy home from university ...
... zombie-mode, but our walk along the river and dinner out on the town perked her up a bit. The next day we left Bordeaux and traveled south to San Sebastian on a train. I (back to Micaela, thanks for the zombie description Cory!) couldn't tell you where the border of France and Spain is as we seemed to glide into Spain with no passport checks or anything! Benefits of the European Union I guess but I am a bit disappointed I won't have a stamp for Spain in my ...
... ours is not up to it! To be fair to him, Walter had tried to warn us he wasn't happy by not starting three weeks ago; unfortunately the poor mechanic probably thought it was the starter motor not the connector! We still had time to stop in at Saint-Jean-de-Luz half an hour later for a farewell ice cream to France. Charming little fishing town and very relaxing. Talei did get pooed on by a bird while eating said, well-deserved, ice cream in said relaxing surroundings though. ...
... to Tours, stopping in an aire near Rouen to brew up some coffee and again in a grotty layby to eat our sandwiches, there being a distinct lack of aires on the N roads. At Tours we were getting a bit worried about reaching our next site before nightfall so we joined the autoroute towards Poitiers. We needn’t have worried, of course, because just as dawn is later, so sunset is later.