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We left Seaford on Tuesday evening amongst the usual panic. Have we got everything? Is everything switched off? Did I pack my camera? Yes to the last, don’t know yet is the answer to the first two. The trip round the A23/M23/M25/M20 was wet, dreary and busy.
I know it is the long way round, but having towed the caravan along the coast road through Bexhill, Hastings and Rye once before, I said never again. ...
... especially in the architecture and the food. After having satisfied our stomachs we took a water taxi across the border and did a short walk in Hondarribia in Spain. On returned found the start of the GR 10 at the Hendaye Plage and then went and dipped our boots in the Atlantic. We now are now ready for a good nights sleep and excited to be finally starting our hike ...
... that like though spring water dispenser machines we have in Adelaide, supplies fresh milk. Like the spring water bottle refillers, you have to supply your own milk bottle. The other station turned out to only be a local metro station and that to get the tickets we wanted we would have to ride the metro to the French boarder and get the tickets there. We're going to just go tomorrow morning and hope to hell that we can get tickets enroute. What we do know is that we have to go via Paris. ...
... a town right over the French border, there were 9 foot swells at 15 seconds with a 9mph wind. I am not sure if that is good but it was sure fun watching. One problem I could identify was there were a lot of Kooks out there. They have many surf schools. Boards were flying all over the place. The best I could tell, the experienced surfers went further out to a separate ...
... where a older man lived. He rented the rooms for people passing Hendaye from Spain to go to France.
The house like the ones in the movies. Big stairs, creepy sculptures and beds that made more noise than a train. Still, we had fun and took it as a good thing. It was better that way that to sleep in the street the first night.
Other places to stay in Hendaye
Boulevard de la Mer, Hendaye | 4 star hotelfrom $94
102, Route de Behobie, Hendaye | 3 star hotelfrom $93
63/65 avenue des Mimosas, Hendaye | Hotelfrom $105
76 avenue des Mimosas, Hendaye | 3 star hotelfrom $177
29 Boulevard de la Mer , Hendaye | Hotel$85 average
32 Avenue des Magnolias, Hendaye | Hotelfrom $144
99, Boulevard de la Mer, Hendaye | Hotelfrom $106