Ibis Bilbao Centro
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... immense fun! Arriving to a small village called Mutriku we turned into a campsite with a nice vibe and a cool view over the sea from it's hillside perch. Consuela the senorita was there to greet us and in her own inimitable way told me off several times for my tent erecting skills and general demeanour. Once erected singularly in square 3, not 4/3, this was an awesome sight affording fantastic views of the countryside. It would almost have been worth walking the Camino to get ...
... but Castilian. He outlawed a lot of stuff as he was a dictator. Anyway, he outlawed these other languages. But in Basque Country if you were caught speaking Basque on the street, you would be shot. It is unfortunate that older people in this area tend not to be able to speak their regional language, which, I was told, is the oldest living language in Europe. It is being taught in schools now, so the younger generations speak it. But I digress, back to Franco. It seemed ...
Robin and Katie. It only took a few hours to get there by road. Biarritz became
a popular holiday destination when Napoleon III built a seaside palace for his
wife, Empress Eugenie. It is now the Hôtel du Palais. We walked along the beach
and the promenade. There were beautiful rocky formations out in the water. I
had a delicious Nutella crepe at the lighthouse, where there was a sundial.
I've never seen one like it before. It was a circle ...
... arrive at a path that would start the incline to inland villages. This day brought us to 450 m. The path was mostly mud as we travelled through forest and pasture meadows. It rained a better part of the day. The first 100 m climb brought to the village of Buztinga. The next 160 m climb was to the village of Calverio de Maia. The next 70 m climb brought us to Aparain where we would stop for lunch. I enjoyed a sheep liver omelette sandwich with tea.Total climb today ...
... from the changes in size, height and width, the structures must have been 25ft high but varied between one and three foot wide at the top and bottom.
And then came the best bit.....oh my God....OH MY WORD...a short walk to a recommended bar with pintxos....OH MY HECK....there was food everywhere!!!! TINY tapas littered the bar. Having sat outside to assess and devise a ...