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- Free parking
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... so removed from the Melbourne media world is we'll miss out on the excvruciatingly detailed post-mortem and the ruthless inquisition about just what went wrong.
We were heading for the coastal San Sebastián by days end but left Salamanca in heavy rain with the morning the mildest we'd encountered thus far - not exactly jeans weather, but certainly on the mild side of cool. The rain soon cleared about 20 kms from our point of departure as we nonchalantly raced ...
... we head into this one particular Pintxos bar called 'Berda Berri'. What sets this place apart from the rest is that they specialise in hot Pintxos and they don't have anything displayed on the counter. Instead, you select off the menu and it's cooked to order. It was jam packed in that little restaurant! There are no tables - it's standing room only - with a narrow ledge built down the length of the right hand side of the venue for you to put your plate on while you ...
... of Larrasoana - had stayed in the same albergue last time in 2014. Went out for the pilgrims meal & met Nick from South Australia who reminded me a lot of my Nick and another guy from Germany - both of who I would see from time to time right until I reached Santiago.
... Irish guys into Espinal where I met their two friends Brian and John, and the three women from WA. I continued to walk with the gentlemen from Ireland for the rest of the day and had the most enjoyable time! It dawned on me after we'd eaten lunch they might like their own space (I'd read other peoples' stories about not being able to get away from people and didn't want to assume I was welcome). When I asked if they ...
Tom last wrote from Cape Town before we embarked on a 5 day trip up the garden route to Port Elizabeth. We were so lucky with the weather considering it was winter in South Africa. Sadly the whales were a little slow to arrive in Hermanus this year, so we didn't get to see them but we had a lovely time driving through the Little Karoo and along the coast. The Swartbeck Pass was possibly the most stunning drive of our whole trip and another Geographers paradise.