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Travel Blogs from Bidart
... 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. ...
Spanish haciendas that were so popular in Australia in the 70’s (admittedly we
did not travel any further south than Madrid, so maybe they are all there
waiting for us).
We travelled along many minor roads which had two
plusses, we got to see much more of the local villages and we avoided some of
the more ridiculous tolls. Arrived about
lunch time the following day in a seaside resort that looked to all intent as
if someone had come ...
... and sugar and nutella and banana. They LOVE nutella here its just everywhere we look. We also found a massive chocolate and nougart shop near us where Tom bought himself a big slab of white nougat and i resisted buying a slab of the delicious chocolate! The water was still quite chilly so I only stuck my feet in but Tom had a few very short swims. On our last afternoon we found a lovely bar by the beach and drank pina coladas as we watched the sun go down. We were a little tipsy ...
... There was also some Swedish rock star with a camera crew there filming for a Swedish travel show. He didn't do much for me but some of the ladies were loving it. By this stage Matt had actually mastered Basque so we left all ordering up to him. There was no disappointMONT with his choices.
As with the first night the rest of the evening is a blur of many small plates, red and white wine and "hola's", my new favourite word (even better now I've ...
... we found to be quite dangerous. The path finally entered the woods at Ganecoleta and followed the river Luzanne. At one point in the hot sun I went for a skinny dip and experienced some serious shrinking factor. The water was much colder than I expected! We had taken some lunch food with us that we were able to munch on as there was no facilities any where.
The trail came back up on N135 and as we walked along the edge of the ...