Residence Maeva Sokoburu
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... night’s sleep, although it remained very cold and there was a frost overnight. I know it was frosty during the night as in spite of assurances from fellow caravanners that it was safe, I still woke at every noise. On one occasion in the early hours I heard a car creep up, without lights, and expecting the worst leapt out of the door, only to see a police car driving away. He was obviously being polite and not ...
Today we travelled by train to Hendaye about a 5 hour journey, it started raining heavily in Toulouse but improved as we got closer to the coast. It was nice to see in the distance the Pyrenees Midi and think that in a few weeks we will be walking there. Hendaye lies on the estuary of the Bidassoa river which forms the border with Spain. The town itself has a lot of ...
... surfed before, but they got hooked. Just another reason I will try it out next Aussie summer. These two pointed us in the direction of an underground market. Literally an underground market, with fresh fruit and vegetables, meats and seafood. Fresh markets are by the best places to shop. Soon after we headed round to the train station, only to be told we couldn't get the tickets there but to try the other station. Along the way to the other station, we came across a milk machine. ...
... riders are very impressive. They catch the 10 foot waves just like the surfers. The kaykers zip through the waves fastest of all.
At St. Jean de Luz the paddle out to the waves is impressive. I watched one guy and from beach to wave breaks took a good 10 minutes. Consequently, these people are in incredible shape. The men especially!!!!!
I did a little research and ...
After almost 12 hours of train we arrived to Hendaye. We were tired, hungry and ready to start our trip for real, to get to Paris. We had to spend the first night there and take the first train in the morning destination the city of love.
All of the hostels and hotels in town were full that night, so we had to stay in a very ...