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Waking up this morning in a beautiful restored Basque country farmhouse built in 1723, to the sound of rain and lush green rural views from my window, was delightful, to say the least. Until the realisation dawned that I had to walk in it. The thought of snuggling in, lounging on their plump sofas and browsing the impressive range of coffee table …
It is 9:30 Monday morning, and Cathy is still sleeping in the bed beside me in a hotel. Yes, you heard right, a hotel. We have taken a much needed break to regroup and recover a bit, not to mention reevaluate everything we are hauling on our backs. It was a tough couple of days, and we are a couple of hurting puppies. It has been very hot, which I …
... I loved it! She then offered me a Mentos, which I gladly accepted. I put my socks and shoes back on and headed off, leaving Sheree and Breanna waiting for Pat. Later on at the next town I heard someone calling out 'Kympossible' and there was Breanna walking up behind me...too cute :)
As I continued on I met a French couple. I'd seen them on and off throughout the day; he would either be walking way out in front of his wife or standing ...
... thought help, thousands of groups of tourists (we see many spanish tourists groups here) but when we got closer, we saw that the crowd was expectantly waiting by some huge doors from a colegio - a primary school - and it was parent pick-up for many first week of school kindergarteners!!! Saw the proud children emerging in their brand new uniforms...the whole hype, and we went into the museum with no crowd at all! It had good ...
... be able to gore but they are still powerful buggers and caused some great hits. My favourite two were when a guy got picked and flicked a whole 360 degrees and an idiot who was wearing a backpack that the bull picked out and used it to lift him up. One thing I should explain is that while the bulls are fought and killed there still remains a lot of respect for them. Jumping on top of them or pulling the tail will result in the locals coming at you and punching or ...