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We reached the Bordeaux area by lunchtime and as the weather was again closing in decided we would not enjoy a day in Bordeaux at this time of year. We pressed on to Urrugne, close to the Spanish border, to Camping Larrouleta, still owned by the lovely old Basque man who has a beret welded to his head. Since we ...
... and Egoitz and we excitedly headed into the centre of Irun crossing the bridge and starting point for the Camino del Norte - 'Pont Saint - Jacques' in France and on the other side, 'Puente de Santiago' in Spain, though as any local will tell you, 'you are neither in France or Spain, You are in The Basque Country!'
We followed the Yellow Waymarks into the town centre and the town hall where we were able to get our credentials stamped. Antonio and myself had only the ...
... that 6 tonnes of lollies are given out every year at this festival.
So Barcelona has a lot to offer. We did as much as we could in the five days whilst still making sure we had a nice rest at the same time. We visited the Picasso museum (which was free on the first Sunday of the month – score). We went to the Sagrada Familia, the most amazing church we have ever seen. Work on it started back in the 1890’s but won’t be finished til 2020. We ...
I left home at 11:00 am this morning to get to the airport on time. I checked in and was offered a seat in the emergency row of the plane. I thought to myself this is too good to be true.... should have known something was going to go wrong. As it turns out I was on the aisle seat and right in front of the emergency exit row was the bathroom. This meant a constant flow of people who all appeared to be playing a game of lets ...
... to me now that learning to code must be rather difficult if you don't know English, given all the English function and class names in most programming languages!) But I also stumbled upon the Lonely Planet guide for Canada written in Spanish - sure, it's the translation of the English version, but with a little appendix and mini Spanish-English/French dictionary. Kind of hilarious, the foreword with generalisations they make about Canadian English - not only ...