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... the beach where we watch the surfers for a bit then wander back into town to catch the 19.30 bus back to Bilbao in plenty of time for the fireworks that were for the second night fantastic. There is an interesting flamenco show at the stage by the Guggenheim, popular, standing room only! Rafael Amargo with excellent supporting dancers. I enjoy the show as he is pushing flamenco into other styles of dance. There are a variety pieces and styles, a film set in New ...
... up. Raced past fields of lavender .windmills of large proportion strung out across the low hills . To the club car for a snack.. 2 more hours to go. Yawn. BUT.. What a way to travel in Spain..or Europe ..see lots..meet people.. Could stop in lots of cities for a few days at a time! Good thought. 1830.. Climbing..big craggy mountains.. Deep tunnels... Great looking vegetation on the cliff sides..what is it ...
... t look too bad but we found ourselves driving out the other side of it before we knew it, so carried on. The next place, another industrial town. It wasn't birthday brunch we were looking for now, it was definitely lunch. The pattern of not finding the right place continued until we gave up, bought some bread from the bakery in another okay town and ate it with some cheese we had left from yesterday. We came off the side roads, hit the motorway and headed straight for ...
... Our trip in Spain has so far been good. Last week Amani came to visit and we went to see Eider our old exchange student in Bilbao. We went at the right time for it was fiesta week and the opening day was crazy. I got covered in Champaign, eggs, and ketchup- it was soooo fun. Then we went home, took a shower, and went out again and partied till 2 in the morning ya hoo! The next morning we walked around town and shopped and ate and all that ...
... I had new roommates which were an American guy who was a teacher for special needs kids, a Spanish guy who came to Bilbao for business and who was from Sevilla and an elderly lady from America, who was off to California the next day, after walking the St James walk for a couple of weeks. It was nice getting to know my roommates, but after a while I decided that the best way to say goodbye to this city, was by buying some fresh bread, jamon Serrano, a beer and go to ...