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... this blog, but I think this will suffice. I'm not sure how often we will write here, or feel like writing here, but check back, and we may have updated something every couple of weeks. We set out on the Camino De Santiago Compostella on Tuesday, which will be a month or so of hiking. With that being the case, don't be surprised if we don't have much to say. If you like, flick us an email instead. Please help yourself to the selfies Bridget forced upon me. Until then. ...
An uneventful day as left Madrid early heading for Biarritz on the Atlantic Coast. Our only stops were at yet another autogrill!! And at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. The museum is itself an art work constructed from Titanium and from the outside looks likes squashed tin foil. More recognisable was the huge flower dog, unfortunately not quite in bloom, but still amazing for its ...
Bye Madrid. Lovely city. Felt at home as most similar to Melbourne. Onward to Biarritz. Stop at Bilboa to visit the Guggenheim Museum of modern art. The building is impressive. The installations are off the wall. I learn about the artist Niki de Saint Phalle. Her exhibition covers the entire 3rd floor. Born 1930. Incestual realatonship with her ...
... 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 ...
... open so we could drop off our bags, as they were taking their toll. Had a walk up to the 'citadel' which is over 600years old and beautiful! Also had a walk through the town and stopped off to have a few beers. When we finally got into our hostel @ 3pm and I sparked up a conversation with an Austrian guy who is on his 2nd Camino and a German guy who is a bit quiet but, he's alright! We also have a dutch girl following us who is really nice but does ...