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... delightful town called Saint Jean de Luz, a pretty small beach town just dripping with charm, from its port lined with colorful boats to its boutique shops selling surfing gear; linen; shoes and handbags; and macaroons.
San Sebastián is very proud of its gastronomic reputation and even has a university (Basque Culinary Center) offering a 4 year degree in gastronomic sciences, so to acknowledge this ...
... We then had dinner with a Scottish guy that we just met who had ridden a bike 1700kms from northern France to Santiago. He had rented a car and so today we drove out to Finesttere with him which was known as the end of the world as it is the most western point in Spain. Quite a drive considering that Pat the scottish guy drives on the left side of the road normally and in Spain it is on the right. Anyways everyone arrived safely.
... to our table by our waitress for the night.
She then presented us with the food menu, wine list and the water list, offering various still and sparkling waters from around the world.
Another waitress approached and asked ifwe would like the blinds lowered until the sun had finally set. She also informed us that we would have to pay double tonight for the amazing show put on by Mother Nature, stating the previous three weeks it had ...
... food in them, we walked down to a corner store and restocked our supplies, did a much needed load of washing, then went to the beach to read books. It was sunny!! There was also a freezing wind that went with the sun. We shivered on the beach and read, enjoying the sound of the waves again and the sand which went everywhere as it always does. Jase went for a quick swim in the still icy water then it was back for a warm ...
... 6 weeks. We were met
at the station by Andrea and were welcomed back to Chateau Brandeau
for a quick breakfast and to say hi to Fearn and Husky. Fearn was
looking especially dishevelled when we arrived and we were soon to
learn that most of their vines had been struck by mildew caused by
the insecent rain over the past month. Unfortunately there is not
much that can be done for vines with mildew, especially on an organic
vineyard, so they were waiting to ...
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