Photos of Hotel Yamaguchi
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Yamaguchi Sanguesa
Travel Blogs from Sanguesa
... I sucked it up and made laughs with them momentarily to break the ice. We scored a tradesee and got joined beds again. Mwahaha! Nic then pulls out an extra set of heavy duty ear plugs and the dumb and dumber scene pops in my head. You had an extra set of ear plugs this whole time!!! Lol! It should be good tonight. They had a huge kitchen but the closest supermarket was over half a mile away so no one ...
... I didn't know what the Aussies were up to, but I figured I should let them be and give them some man time.
The next day I slept until 2 pm, catching up on much needed rest. Mike told me there was a free reggae concert on the beach later that night, so I let the Aussies know and told them I'd probably run into them there. I was expecting a small chill band playing, so I figured it wouldn't be too hard to spot them. I was wrong.
I first met ...
... through the hills that I suppose are something like the start of the Pyrenees so not mountainous but big hills nonetheless. Jess was doing the driving so I got to enjoy the views of the drops down the side of the hills and the crazy roads and bridges built into the sides of them. The girls were impressed by all the tunnels we had to go through and have dubbed Spain the land of tunnels. There certainly was some impressive scenery. We ...
Rest day in Pamplona. Was so nice to relax and wander this beautiful city. Apart from an hour spend in Vodaphone making sure my phone and iPad have available internet when I can't find wifi it's just been chillaxing around the city and just for the hell of it I Wandered back out the city gate and drawbridge today to explore this moat and wandered up and down the stairs and walked the moat walls.
My dear friend Hedley especially searched Pamplona ...
... on family- you have children she asked? no- I should have left it there- but in vino veritas continued and said I was not married, not permitted.