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... in more ways than it hasn't. My biggest change has been not being able to express myself in the way that I am used to. As an extrovert, I thrive in social environments and enjoy meeting new people. However with the language barrier that I face here in San Sebastian, I can't always find the words to say what I want to, or even need to say. With my limited ability to converse, I have been forced to ...
... around. As much as I felt that I should be walking up. I decided to give the train a go. All I can say is thank god I didn’t walk up. It was some size of mountain.The views were amazing and the journey up and down was great.Reminded me a bit like Snowdonia but in a bigger scale.
We spent a day visiting the local town of Biarritz which as you can see from the pictures great. The beaches were lovely and it is ...
... Hitchcock sitting on the couch. The hotel features library as well as a screening room.
It was an excellent hotel and well away from the primary tourist area but really on a 20 minute ...
... get down of the mountain.
Finally in the distance we can see a village....Larrasoana. We make our very steep decline down the mountain. Walking down, we decided was just as difficult as walking up!! After about 1 hour we hit flat ground, and wouldn't u know it...our hostel for the evening. It's about 3pm when we arrive, sore and exhausted from out 27km trek!
The accommodation is beautiful. Modern and very clean. After ...
... in awe so many times; probably because I don't see them that often being from Texas. After about an hour and a half of walking, we crossed the border into Spain! Through rain, uphill climbs, and alternate routes for some, we all made it safely to our first destination, Roncevalles, in time for the special pilgrim mass. Holy Spirit, be our light in darkness, protection in danger, and strength in our weakness. ...