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... on track. Very obliging, I just don't understand a word they say. The sun was coming out as I climbed away from Castro and I wasn't long turning my pants into shorts. A lady named Margaret from Ireland caught up to me and we had a good chin flab for a couple hours, stopped for a snack at beautiful spot above the sea. I stopped at the next village and Margaret carried on. It's funny out here when you meet ...
... give it justice! It was just totally amazing ! Then we had to walk on more beach for about 5 kilometers. We stop at all churches and as we stopped a man approached us and told us not to miss the convent that sold pastries! Terry never miss a good pastry shop we follow his instructions but we arrive 5 minutes too early so I am very impatient then I started reading the posters on the wall. It was the Virgin of mercy. It said to ask for protection and say 3 ...
... time! One the other ladies said that Virgin is not so pretty but it was their Virgin! We decided to stay the night here! They also took us to a fish market i have never seen fish so fresh! Apparently all the other Pereginos are too! The Dutch couple were here before us! Sorry for inconsistency but it is hard to find wifi! Tonight we are staying in a youth hostel and it is a loud and crazy place! We will see how much rest we ...
... on speeding in Spain, with the taxi driver cruising at 150km (in an 80km zone...). We arrived at a beautiful hotel in the centre of town and checked into our 3rd floor room with a beautiful view of the main roundabout. Bags down and it was pintxos time! We navigated our way to a restaurant called Panko and ate some of the best tapas we've ever had. Photo attached. Cutting into a huge piece of fried potato, only to realise it was goat's cheese was a highlight, as was the array ...
... across the river, is the Guggenheim. The University was first opened in 1886 as a Jesuit university. There are many interesting things to see, including many rooms that are only used for tours or for very special occasions such as graduating or defending your thesis.
If you read any article or travel book it will probably tell you that Bilbao is a very ugly industrial city. That may have ...
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