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One the amazing things about road travel is your ability to get lost, even when you are in the right place. But let me explain myself. I plugged the hotel address into "Nagatha" and it came back with a slightly different street name. Even when we arrived at our destination, we could not see the Pension (small private hotel). It took over 15 minutes of driving around to find a spot where we could stop to consult the map. We finally stopped at narrow ...
... of the sommelier. We gave him a price range and what we liked (all that wine logging came in handy!). He suggested a great white and two glasses of red. We went Mariota on the two glass suggestion and got another bottle of red from a lesser known region of Spain. We really love the glassware at Akelare, even the water glasses are nicer than 95% of wine glasses.
No rankings for these dishes. We both took notes on our phones after each course so we would ...
... where to
go and we slowly began to realize that maybe this was not a rollercoaster. The lights
shut off around us and as we made our way forward we were presented with an
image of stars and galaxies, not knowing what way to turn or where to go we
waited. Suddenly an array of mechanical dinosaurs jumped up at us emitting loud
noises that sounded like a mixture between a growl and a cry. Scared and
slightly amused we made our way through what we came to ...
... affair. Surath and I get breakfast, wander the town by the beach and do some good ol’ catching up. It is incredibly comforting to see a familiar face and not have to talk about my travels thus far, for once. We talk about mutual friends, laugh and reminisce about old times, future goals, opportunities to work in UK and our common passion – travel. I’ve known him for a long, long time and it’s great to be able to get a few things off my chest. I also ...
The spanish countryside is flashing past my window right now - a mixture of green pastures and red earth peaking through on the hills and mountains in the distance. We are on train crossing the country, leaving the Atlantic Ocean behind us at San Sebastián heading for the Mediterranean sea at Barcelona. It may rain in the plains of Spain but Cory and I have found out the weather can also be pretty miserable on the coast as well! Our last blog left us entering ...