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So we took our first ever day trip to Bilbao. I learned where the bus station is and how to load the cards to get the bus tickets. The bus ride was just over an hour and it was the funniest thing ever. Cameron was sitting behind us and for the first 20 minutes was all excited and was like "wow! Dynamite!" to all the mountains we were passing and then I tried to sleep since we left at like 8 am and we didn't get too much sleep since we were all drinking the night before. Then Cameron asks ...
... 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 ...
... town directly next to Loyola. Loyola itself is really just the Basilica and what I like to cal the “spiritual campus” that sits around it. It is just all of the buildings associated with the Basilica, like St Ignatius’s house and our retreat house. Azpeitzia is where the people who live there permanently live. We walked along the Urola river for about 10 minutes until we reached the city. We visited the Capilla de la Magdalena, which is the hermitage/monastery ...
... here in Bilbao, as opposed to the tourist pamphlet version.
I did not have much time here in Bilbao. Only arriving last night at 6:00, my time to explore was limited as I had to be at the airport at 3:00 to meet up with the excursion group before heading to Areans de Cabrales. I didn't quite make the most of it, as it was pouring rain most of the time and it took me forever to find the hostel. I carried all my stuff around downtown for probably an hour and a half (cause ...
... a very friendly tourist, who spoke, in her own words, "very little English" offered some assistance. She navigated the menu for us, which was an absolute gold mine!! Our lunch consisted of a mixed green salad, the best pork ribs Toren has ever eaten, dessert and a bottle of wine - for 10 Euro each!
Tomorrow, I intend to relax in the sun while Toren will attempt to take on the Europe's longest "left breaking wave".
With love from Spain,