Hotel Les Genets
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... that it is much cheaper for a beer than a coke. I know what I will be preferring. We tried to get the kids to bed at a reasonable time on the first night as a week or two of late nights and not so late mornings were starting to take their toll. We thought we had them down about 10.45pm when suddenly it sounded like 100 tanks started firing missiles from out the front of our house. There is a week of these, so I guess that puts paid to any notions of ...
... watching the French enjoy their summer holidays.
Our tour guide Vincent led us to the harbour and to get some Basque Macarons which are completely different from the coloured ones but delicious. The harbour square area was a delight with the water clean and grey mullet swimming, artistes painting and selling their works. The town is beautiful.
Back to the car and off to Spain and San Sebastian which we had heard so much about.
I was glad ...
... of ten macaroons we headed home, clearly I had never sampled a good one as they were packed full of flavour.
In the late evening we joined Ainoa's sister and father, along with Xabi we caught boat from the border of France crossing the river to Spain. In the town of Fuentarebia where we ate Pintos (similar to tapas) before dinner at a restaurant. It was great to meet new friends over delicious food and Spanish wine.
On our third day we enjoyed ...
... Australia's Liberal party. Have to say, I'm quite glad that people here think I'm European because I'm definitely embarrassed to be recognised as Australian. Hopefully the human rights activists can get everything through the High Court and slapTony and Scott across their soggy faces. Woopahh Ohh well that was a slight rant. But I feel better now. That's one thing I've definitely noticed about travelling this time and not having many ...
... of 20km/h. We have been using peloton cycling techniques successfully, maintaining a speed between 25-30 km/h for at least two hours a day.
Being on the bike has made us feel free, energetic and a feeling of progression, feeling your getting somewhere with your own power. An interesting thought is how significant our bikes are to us for the next couple of weeks.
You also get to appreciate simple things, such as: eating an apple is the ...