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... very flat with clearly marked cycling paths, pretty church, nice indoor market. So we stayed a while and sat on the beach. The first of many at different places along this coast, which has vast sandy beaches, with great surf,backed by pine forests or dunes. Some pretty empty in places, even in August,as most people like to be together under the watchful eye of the lifeguards.Which is always a narrow stretch between blue flags. You do have to watch for undertow as the waves are powerful ...
... 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 ...
... went up. We actually didn't mind at all.
We didn't arrive in San Sebastian until 5 which was a bit of a nightmare with peak hour traffic (people going back to work after siesta we think) .our hotel was in one way street with no parking. We had booked a car park which we thought would be at the hotel but it was 2 blocks away and we needed a ticket from our hotel reception before we could get into car park!
We finally got to our room , after ...
... out with each other by 8:00 at night. Our PJ and movie mini-party called for round two of birthday treats: local wine and two pieces of Basque cake (creme and chocolat).
Today was day three of the dirty thirty and time to get serious with some proper surf training from Hastea Surf School. As we arrived at the beach we were pleasantly surprised to see the clouds parting despite the previously dull and rainy forecast. The wind was strong and the ...
... mats from the $2 store and headed for the surf beach. The sign in the hostel recommended tourists to head to the other beach, as the surf beach is dangerous due to strong waves and currents. Again, they don't realise that NZers and Australians are used to this, and the waves were no more than a small day at Tawharanui. We stopped in at the market on the way and grabbed some treats? for lunch. canned tuna and a cucumber, yum! Spent the whole day by the sea, soaking ...