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... for a night out in Bilbao! But we did meet the first Spaniard that was taller then both Martin and I, he seemed to take to us quite well and was always trying to introduce us to everyone in the club!
The night seemed to slip away like nothing because we found ourselves at 5:00am wandering the streets, singing, chanting but more like yelling great english soccer songs! Never will forget, "I want to go home" and Martin's debut singing of "The ...
... the autumn through some sections you just end up knee high in leaves. After the woods the terrain changed back to mountain pastureland. Up ahead we came across a mountain hut built by the Navarra government. Perfect timing to have a break and half a sandwich I'd had made at Hontto. New signposts and a cattle grid just before the hut gave me the feeling that we had arrived in Spain but those were the only clues. No "Bienvenidos a España" sign. ...
... platform further down from where the train was stationed and seemed a little apprehensive to get on probably because they'd never seen such a small train but the destination indicator on the side of the train confirmed this was the right one. The journey to SJPdP was very picturesque with mountain views and flowing rapids. It reminded me a little of the views in the film Deliverance with Burt Reynolds ...
... cars cannot pass.
-You walk in and hope that there is a table or counter free, because again, the best bars are usually full of people.
-You order your drinks (anything from a beer to a glass of fresh-pressed orange juice)
-You claim a spot, and then make your way to the bar to observe the pinxtos.
-You take or ask for a plate, then fill it with whatever looks good (and EVERYTHING looks good!)
-You show your plate to the waiter behind the ...
... 27 September.
Santiago de Compostela.
Ontbijt in de keuken die we pas gisterennamiddag ontdekten. De verantwoordelijke van de albergue deed het telefoontje voor een taxi naar het busstation. Na 5' waren we vertrokken. Twee taxi's. Raar!!! De taxi die het vlugst arriveerde aan het station moest het meest betaald worden. Nu nog een uurtje wachten in de bar terwijl we onze blog aanpassen.
Morgennamiddag hopen we veilig aan te komen in Antwerpen. Dan nog de ...