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After an amazing weekend skiing in Vielhal, Spain I went by car to San Sebastian to spend the night. I caught my bus at 12:30 on Monday morning and I was beat and excited for a 4 hour quiet trip home, with breath taking views. I sat down, the bus took off and I was ready to relax....however...I had a man sitting next to me that seemed a bit interesting. His name is Alvaro and he had to be around 60 years old and I couldn't help but ...
... a fountain for us to take on fresh water. The path was good as it meandered upwards again to the fortress of Guadalupe on the mountain of Jaizkibel. Some people consider Jaizkibel to be the first westernmost mountain of the Pyrenees. Again there is a fountain here to take on water.
The waymarks then sent us across a long open stretch along the side of the mountain...a pretty tough stretch for all involved with the heat now up into the high twenties. Antonio made us ...
... but whatever he said clearly worked. After sever hours of conversation where we each described our lives tails I realized I was very quickly outmatched in life experience. Archie was soldier, police officer, in the secret service and a security expert for the oil and gas industry. I'm sure he has seen more in a year than I have in my entire life. Living life with no compromise.
After the plane landed and ...
... old bunkers. Eating seafood at the end. And goats-milk yogurt. Then, after, sitting on the beach back in san Sebastian with a sangria I got is a supermarket for ridiculously cheap and talking about life with a couple of fellow travelers. On that path, that beautiful path, I saw a strange symbol, a drawing of a shell. I found out this was a part of the Camino de Santiago; I decided that I wanted ...
... the full Jilly Cooper series.
Another one of the those beaches that are consumed at high tide meant Liz had to move all our stuff quick sharp to avoid getting swept away unlike the drenched couple sleeping next her. so I heard, did I mention 3 hour surf.
Hendaye gets a tick (after St Jean and Biarritz).
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