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... day was a mixture of having blistering sun, light rain, moderate wind and cloudy. This meant that we took our jackets on and off at least a dozen times. The last 3km was a steep decent into an autumn forest. Downhill walking is one of my pet hates; my right knee can't tolerate it and I have a massive fear of falling so the two combined does not make for a happy hiker. This part of the hike felt like it would never end so when we finally reached the town of Roncesvalles at 3.45pm, ...
I ripped off a piece of my baguette and placed in on the racks of our apartments tiny conventional oven. I cranked the heat up higher so the oven would warm up faster. It was late on a wednesday night. San Sebastian was dark but far from being asleep; I swear no one in this town ever sleeps. All people do is eat, drink, go out, siesta and eat gelato. I don't sleep either. But not because I'm going out like the locals; I get up early, hang up the laundry, ...
... ve never been the same. My high top boots helped, and the walking poles were invaluable, I don't think I could have done it without them, but it was really slow going, one small step at a time, one foot in front of the other. It started to feel like it was taking forever to reach the summit. When I did, I had walked nearly 14kms, and had climbed another 600 m in elevation since the morning. Sure it's not Everest, but to the relatively unfit, middle aged walker who ...
... with us.
We passed through a spectacular storm as we made our way away from Bilbao with occasional lightening and hail that splattered into the car with the sound of a frozen grape. It was shame we couldn't take more time to gaze and wander coz the road was quite spectacular and we passed through numerous man-made tunnels passing through the rugged and beautiful terrain.
We made our way into San SebastiŠn and after some more navigation and access issues, ...
... beach! San Sebastián is a city I would definitely go back to - great food and wine, beautiful beaches, exciting nightlife, amazing shopping, all in a clean and picturesque town - what's not to love! Actually the main reason I visited San Sebastián was because I wanted to take part in the Running of of the bulls (San Fermin) festival in Pamplona in which the opening ceremony on the 6th July was my 28th birthday! I really had no idea what I was in for when ...