Hotel Le Caritz
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... town. Well Tom Tom took us down some really tiny tracks, until eventually down a dirt track we found the campsite. All closed up with some Spanish sign on the gate and a bell to ring. After pushing the bell out came Manuel who spoke no English, but we managed to secure a space for the night. We had a walk around and felt very much the only people there until a little ...
... on already for me is writing. I never learned French in school, I only learned it from going to school in Paris and Bordeaux and then starting it again in college so writing for me has always been an issue. I'm more of a "lets talk and talk and talk and I can ramble your ears off even in French" kind of girl.
Another thing that is kind of crazy to me is how long our classes are. I'm not necessarily complaining about it because I do realize this is truly ...
... larger than yesterday. We had two certified instructors for a class of twelve beginner surfers. Class started on the beach with a safety talk about today's conditions, the currents and how things would work as a group in the water. Then we were told about how to select a wave: make sure it's parallel to shore, frothy white all the way along and a decent distance from the wave before it so we would have time to prepare ourselves to mount our boards. ...
Not too much to report today. We hit the road early this morning and headed to Biarritz. It was quite a drive but we broke it up with a trip to McDonalds! We found that every McDonalds over here has free wifi so we thought we'd take advantage of it... And that exactly what we did! I'm not sure how long we were there, but it was quite a break! We are staying at another high roller camping ground. Another ...
... I cover of some saught underground parking, where I left the bike, to continue my quest ( it was now a QUEST) on foot. I managed to get to Hotel Londres, which I hoped would be run by some English company, and would help me out, sit me down with a cup of tea etc. While we are at it, it would have been nice if the hotel was hosting Garmins annual technical meeting with all their engineers on hand to help... I left with a good old fashioned ...