Le Tuc D'Eauze
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We left behind us the South of France, where we had a nice camping spot with the surf break just down the hill. We met a young couple from Holland and Denmark where we socialised with and dusted off some boardgames we took with us.
The spot was a beautiful area. Surround by great scenery views from the top of the cliffs over the ocean and around, sun mostly out and when the waves were flat spearfishing was the activity Sahid kept himself busy with, while i kept it ...
... 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 ...
... and glorious sandy surf beaches. Drove through Guernica, site of severe bombing in the Spanish Civil War in April 1937, with huge civilian casualties, and inspiration for Picasso's anti-war painting "Guernica." Looked for the Gernikako Arbola, a tree representing the soul of the Basque Country, but could not find it (or anywhere to park to go and look). Drove on to Lekeitio for shopping, and to Ondarroa, where we overlooked cliffs and ...
... the heart of French Basque Country. The Basque influence, language and culture spans the region over both France and Spain. Bayonne has served as a fortress for various cultures over the millennia and has various fort and wall fragments left over from Roman, French and English occupations all through the old part of town. We met our tour group (only ...
... of self harming all over her arms! Seems pretty bubbly though! Bit of an odd group - an Englishman, an Austrian, a German, a dutch women and a Ozzie girl. Sounds like the start of a joke... It's 6.15pm now. The five of us are chilling outside of the deck chairs sharing stories - my favourite part of travelling so far. We all chipped in to buy dinner tonight which is homemade salami, ham, cheese and bread. Sure it will fill a hole. Anyway I will update ...