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Travel Blogs from Saint-Pee-sur-Nivelle
... to Geoff that I thought Hendaye was in the opposite direction. Agreeing, we wait for the train to loop back or shunt out and then head towards its, in our minds, proper destination.
It was not to be and an announcement over the speaker system confirms our fears that this was the train to Paris!! Thankfully it stopped at Biarritz, where we got off waited and caught the train to Hendaye which we would and should have caught at St Jean which was running forty five minutes late. ...
... pulled out the power cord, where a few days before
there had been teeming crowds, noisy interactions, busy food places and
hustlers on every corner now it was overcast, there were rows and rows of
plastic chairs all stacked up, the beach was empty, no buskers and even the few
hustlers seemed half hearted, school had gone back and the party had finished!
We continued to travel along the Spanish coast and spent
another night in the carpark of a marina.
... Valcarlos, and taking 2 days to get to Roncesvalles. We also went to the pilgrims' office, and had our passports (Camino passports!) stamped officially, and will be getting a stamp in every place we stay! We feel drunk with the beauty surrounding us, and the peacefulness. There are many restaurants to choose from, all good according to the man at our hotel, and they all look ...
... reminded me of Noosa when it was first built and had smaller funky restaurants and cafes and was less populated than Biarritz. We really liked the relaxing vibe and planned on coming back for a day.
Finding our apartment in Biarritz was a little difficult and there was no where to park. We ended up parking in an underground public car park and walking all our luggage and groceries up a steep hill to our place. Biarritz is a very hilly surf town but very pretty. There is good ...
... br> What had up until now been a pleasant stroll changed out of all recognition once we left Valcarlos. I stopped at the bank to get some cash and mentioned to the young bank clerk that I'd seen another route marked to Roncesvalles on entering the village.He told me to follow the scallop shells along the main road. The other route was apparently dangerous and he emphasized it by telling me that 'someone is died on this route'' Enough said, the main road it ...