Le Tuc D'Eauze
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... we drove down to Somo, close to Santander. Where we are now sharing with a few friends a rental house Villa Maria for 3 nights close to the beach in Somo. Great to have a real bed, shower and other basics that nowadays feel as a luxury. Again enjoyed food, music, sangria and hanging out with like minded people.
Sahid participated in a local contest of Kneeboard for the first time... He did not get further then the first round, though a lot of fun to support ...
... grapes are found in the town markets. Come to think of it, the town-square market in Bayonne reminds me of Oxbow Market in Napa. The Camino de Santiago (or known simply as the "Camino") began as a religious pilgrimage to visit the bones of the patron Saint James at the cathedral at Santiago de Campostela along the coast of Spain. The faithful would make a pilgrimage at least once in their lives to visit the relics by following this ...
A long but interesting travel day. Took a long time to get out of Bilbao- it has Spain's longest tunnel, especially if you travel it twice! The Basque Country of Northern Spain is very different from Spain in general. Different language, darker complexions, and the houses are much more like what we have seen in Austria or Italy than in Spain. The country is hilly, richer, and greener. The coast along the Bay of Biscay very rugged with ...
On our last night we both had trouble sleeping, and in the early morning darkness we started talking about what we loved the most about Paris. What we'll remember is:
The monuments and architecture, the history and beauty on every corner.
The apartments, boulevard after boulevard of stately buildings with their wrought iron balconies, every one a different pattern, their chimney pots and flower baskets.
The people, their innate style and ...
... arms no longer worked, and my back felt like I had been working in a field for one hundred years, so we did nothing. After dinner forced ourselves on the Swiss surfer couple next door for chats. Marco and Jules were so lovely, we sat telling stories and drinking beers till late. It reminded me of why we do these crazy trips: To not only discover amazing places that are different to ours, but cross paths with amazing people from far away places in this exact moment in time.