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So today Cameron and I took a jog to Deusto. I was dying. He was 10x a better runner than me. We then met up and climbed then hill to see the statue of Jesus. My legs are dead. I have never in my entire life climbed up hills that steep. The dogs are different here than in America. Dogs here are mostly small dogs more seen as an accessory I would say. Always wearing coats paired next to stylish women. On our hike we saw a man kick the ball off this very steep ledge and about had a ...
We were In Biarritz for two days. On the first day of Biarritz we arived late. We looked around the shops and then had dinner, then went to bed. On the second day we went out for breakfast in the morning. In the afternoon we went shopping and went for a swim in the beach. At the beach there was a platform that we jumped of it about 5 times. ...
... we were handed a stamped brochure and told if we ended up booking with that particular school we would get 10% off. Birthday presents just kept coming!
After showers we walked up the hill to the night bus stop, bought our twenty-four hour passes (2 euros each versus 1 euro per trip) and travelled to the town centre, located on the ridge above the Basque coastline. Perhaps Italy was still too fresh in our thoughts, because we both ordered pizzas ...
... All I wanted to do was lay on the beach with the Brits, drink beer and eat fish and chips ... but I did do the right and honourable thing and escort Denise into the many lingerie stores ... What an eye popping experience!
Biarritz reminds me a lot of an overgrown and historically rich Noosa ... There is a lot of old world charm mixed in with a lot of very ugly 1970's stuff -- to which one may also add the French ...
... of Kiwis and Aussies in particular. It wasn't all
bad though and we soon made friends with another couple who had also
failed to realise that the bull running was happening. Pablo and
Serinah are both kiwis who have been living in the UK for a while and
were in San Sebastian as they were cycling the Camino de Santiago
pilgrimage but unfortunately Pablo had injured his knee so they'd had
to stop. As far as resting places go, San Sebastian isn't a bad one