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We will see bull running and fireworks as part of a festival. We are also touring the town and being guests in a members only private gastronomic society or txoko. Members are mostly men with a shared interest in cooking creative meals for their guests. Women were banned but now welcome to dine with the men. This ought to be a great ...
... spot in other circumstances where I not there with another dude sweating profusely in motorbike gear. No point in dwelling too long, maybe the next place would be a paradise for two such dudes. Finally we came upon Hossegar, famous as it is for great surf. For an hour we laboured in the sweltering heat trying to find the elusive surf lodges I had been promised were here. Finally someone gave me directions I could understand and ...
... they caught them. We have had the best time road tripping through south England and exploring the west coast of France and Spain. We both wouldn't change a thing...car problems and all as it makes for good stories and experiences. Both the French and Spanish have been nothing but helpful and friendly towards us and we have enjoyed meeting some amazing people along the way. We have seriously eaten our way through loads of baguettes, chorizo and cheese plus lots of ...
... who were out were too far out so we got all the waves. After the surf we
cycled back to the to the apartment and waited till three o’clock for low tide.
In the mean time we went to the supermarket to get dinner, but we couldn’t find
the pasta so dad asked one of the staff and they could barely understand dads
French. When we got back to the apartment dad and I got all our stuff and went
to the beach to find it was 5-6 foot and the ...
... She started v well on the one way streets and light traffic. She then confidently went on to the next challenge - two way road, hairpin bends, large drop at the edge....hmm maybe there should have been a middle stage. First ten minutes were a bit tense, Sandy was making sure she had plenty of room on her side, but I felt a bit vulnerable. After that all improved but I was pleased to swap back
For newbies at this my ...