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Very sad to be leaving this beautiful serene camping ground tomorrow. We arrived on Saturday from Bordeaux with the intent of overnighting then heading to Madrid however 3 things happened when we set up camp, firstly we fell in love with our spot, secondly, the weather was miserable on Sunday when we got up, raining, cold and windy and thirdly, Brendan decided we should have a sleep in, so here we are Monday night and after much discussion of ...
... Sam found it for us and we went inside and it honestly looked like something out of a scary movie. We checked in and the guy was really nice, but he insisted that we have no boys no boys no boys. We had promised luke and Eric that they could stay with us but it really wasn't looking like that would be a possibility. We convinced him to let kayleigh and tayler stay with us and then we told the others that it wouldn't be possible for them to stay in our room, leaving them ...
... whose specialty was anchovies. We tried a few tasty tapas, called pintxos, in Euskara. That's right, there was another barrier I forgot to mention. While most people speak Spanish or French, the native Basque language is Euskara, which is what all the menus on the wall are written in. Our only saving grace, was that you could just walk up and grab most of your meal from the counter and deal with explaining what you had eaten in order to pay, later. So we ate a few ...
... Zarautz the one night which was on day 4 into Markina~Xemein.
Another early start in the dark saw the four of us walking into town to collect Eva's sister, Jaione, who would walk today's stretch across to Deba. We left Zarautz behind us just as the sun began to rise again full of anticipation of what lay ahead.
The coastal road around to Getaria would remind us Northern Ireland folk of stretches along the Antrim Coast. Getaria is an ...
... coast of Spain, popular with surfers. We stayed at a tourist apartment just out of town, but with everything still within 30mins walk. This region has very proud Basque traditions and prides themselves on their local produce so we made sure to try pronouncing the Basque words correctly, and tried the local offerings.
Txacoli white wine (young, slightly acidic, slightly fizzy)
Sheeps milk cheese (' Idiazabal' ...