Hotel Palacio Urgoiti
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... pockets it took a while. Had tapas for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And very strong coffee. And fancy salami to stock the m/home. Still struggling to figure out the buttons in that home and getting a bit ratty about it. Going to Salamanca (world heritage site ) about 5 hours south from here tomorrow. Might stay there for a while if it doesn't rain. We have to buy small umbrellas as the golf one just about clears the pavement of other pedestrians. Till ...
... the famous surf spots that were touted in Mundaka. With some relief I discovered that there were no waves today and so I wouldn't have to attempt the jump in from the pier that was the standard way to surf here! Happily we went for a beer instead.. and then five more, inciting some interesting conversations that made no sense, nor were they meant to. As I write this Grimley is already snoring loudly in an adjacent tent. I think I might drag mine a few more metres to the side out of ...
... couldn't quite work out what Zapha did for a job but he said he worked for a large advertising company that promoted various flora and exotic plants called, Moss Ad. He appeared not to want to talk about the specific things relating to his work other than to say if a plant died, it was his job to get rid of it.
After a four hour lunch they continued their drive for a further 40 minutes to San Sebastian. Donostia San Sebastian is situated on ...
... again. Since coming back and reading my favourite forum (http://www.caminodesantiago.me) I was within my rights to ask the men to leave the room. I shook one of them and thought this worked as he rolled over onto his side, but sadly a few moments later he set off again. I will be better prepared for this eventuality next time...any tips (other than physical abuse that is) please e-mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org ...
... in the summer so the landscape is a bit more barren. As we traveled north, the flatlands turned to hills and the dusty suburbs became green. In what seemed like a few miles we were suddenly in green mountains, reaching up on all sides, trees coating them from the bottom all the way to the top. I can't think of a place in the U.S. to compare it to – it reminded me of the mountains in North Carolina, but with even more greenery. We passed through tunnels, going right through ...