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... when the dog ran down it. I thought he was trying to kill the dog! But no. The dog was very athletic and brought the ball right back. When we went back to Cameron's flat Ian was there which was nice. And *clears throat* THE ITALIAN ROOMMATE IS GOING TO BE HERE IN A HALF HOUR! I'm so pumped. He better be hot. I'm currently taking a siesta which is between 2-4:30ish where shops close and people nap. Tonight the whole town is having a party that starts at midnight and goes for 24 ...
... There are loads of tapas bars, ceviche (raw fish) bars, pizza places and any other sort of food you can think of. I think the car won't see much action here, and hopefully we can do everything we want to do on foot. In 2 days we have spent lots of time on the beach - the boys have got the knack of body surfing, had a couple of runs, explored the town, done a little bit of shopping and just chilled out. We have got 2 weeks in this place and I think we are going to love ...
We committed to a big, twelve hour travel day to get to Biarritz in time to kick-off the thirtieth birthday celebrations on the official day, Thursday. The birthday luck was with us, because upon check-in we were given a key card to our private double room, though when we booked online the only availability was for separate male and female dorms. Charged the same price, we didn't ask any questions. And when we inquired about the location of the local ...
... RA was not kind to us (yet again) as the weather was somewhat cool and cloudy, until the last day ... so what's a girl gonna do when the weather is somewhat inclement? Go shopping of course! Ad boy oh boy did Denise make up for 37 days of deprivation and smell! I find it a most fascinating insight into the female psyche when they are focused simply and solely on " shopping" -- and the many combinations and permutations of clothes ...
... is only 30 minutes away by bus so lots of people
stay in San Sebastian and head to Pamplona for the day. This massive
tourist attraction meant that the entire town was heaving with large
groups of loutish Aussies, Kiwis and English, none of which we were
particularily excited about seeing but did enjoy laughing at their
ridiculous antics! Unsuprisingly, it also meant that our campsite
which was a short bus ride up one of the hills that surround San