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... to the small dry strip of sand near the wall. This was a good decision, as soon everything in front of us was under water. We went for a quick swim, dried off and went back to the hostel to decide on our lunch plans. We ended up buying tuna, tomato, lettuce, cucumber and some small bread rolls and took it all to the park (with our leftover pesto) to make salads/sandwiches. The making process was difficult, balancing ingredients on our knees while sitting on a bench in ...
... it was simply magnificent lolling around (it seems the water must be extra salty coz I was easily able to float) and gazing occasionally in any direction soaking up the eye catching spectacle. By the time we'd returned and freshened up, it was time for an early evening drink in a bar close to our apartment (the process of making J's G &T was like watching a craftsman at work) and we then joined the multitudes walking, cycling or jogging in either direction along ...
... nice to have access to a shower and to plug the car in to recharge all that needed recharging.
Frank & Charlotte texted and said they were about 20 minutes away in the town of Somo so we headed there to say goodbye as they were catching the ferry from Santander to the UK the same evening. We continued on towards Gijon and following the storm rider surf guide we headed to a surf ...
... moving river, it really is quite sensational but add clouds, a persistent mist and temperatures in the mid to high teens and you can't help but get a little depressed.
With this in mind i decided to take a much needed break and head to the gorgeous Spanish town of San Sebastian. When i say gorgeous i mean gorgeous, this place truly could be heaven on earth. White sand beaches, barreling left's, sun, sangria, cerveza and ...
... all the activities/festivities going on in attempt to make San Sebastian the culture capital of the European Union by 2016. They had a full operatic choir performing, a spin class outside (I didn’t really understand that), art displays everywhere, and many small details in order to win the culture competition that will be decided in 2016. By the looks of it, San Sebastian has good bit of time to up the culture though it is already bursting at the ...