Travel Blogs from Biarritz
... on the beach are forced to scrunch up as the beach gradually disappears, and then starts to appear again. We had our first Pintxos in the Old Town for lunch which seems to be humming 24/7. There are literally hundreds of bars and taverns all with their specialty tapas and pintxos sitting on the bars. They are mainly on bread bases, with lots of fish, hams, meats, olives, chillis, and all sorts of other yummy gear. Everything is really cheap and I quickly ...
... moment in time.
The tour then headed to the harbour for a coffee before going to the beach, OMG people people everywhere.
The challenge was where to sit and change, well first you lose all of your inhibitions wrap the towel around yourself down with the shorts and on with the togs and Voila. Off we went weaving our way to take a swim, the water was very warm and salty. Took photos before the battery went flat. Laughed a lot then back ...
... the harbour (I've posted a before and after shot for Mr Stuart and Mr Molloy to enjoy).
Went back to the bed from hell (a sofa bed that seems to fold both ways) to prepare for the elephant for the trip over the Pyrenees to Spain in the morning.
... sharing this journey, and for their support and encouragement over the past 8 months since my accident. I'm also indebted to teammates John and Greg, for the inspiration to do this crazy thing. And my friends and family for being there with messages of encouragement along the way, during my recovery, as I trained and throughout the event. For me this has definitely been about living life to the fullest, pushing my limits and ...
... our window ledge. Tomorrow night we plan to indulge in the house specialty of the open air restaurant across the street - -paella -- loaded with langoustine and mussels and chorizo offered up from a huge wok/cauldron.
We are off tomorrow by bus and then train to start our long Camino journey.
Love and a kiss on each cheek,
Mom and Dad/D and ...
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