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... d never been before - it was motorbike heaven! Then came motorbike hell as the road descended into a descent I can only described as extreme. This was a gradient like no other and even in first gear, going practically vertically, the bike struggled to grip the specially riveted tarmac. The camber of the ground certainly didn't help but there could be no turning back as to do so would mean a certain fall. As usual when faced with such an assault I decided to attack and so sped ...
... the full effect of the mustache that two out of three dead dictators of that era prefer.
Bilbao is so unlike the rest of Spain. Well, Spain itself is very small. Look at a map and compare it to Texas. I want to say it's smaller. The culture varies so much in this country smaller than the size of Texas. Can any Texans out there provide the readers with an example of a cultural variance between say, north Texas and south Texas so we can compare?
Ok, so ...
... returning to
the ship. It was very windy and rainy when we got back so as much as I wanted
to go out and get some amazing food, I stayed on the ship to eat. After dinner,
I had a little impromptu jam session with my friend, Aaron, a guy named Thomas,
and a girl named Courtney. Aaron sat at the piano and played a repetitive chord
progression and we went around in a circle, taking turns exchanging phrases and
making up a song on the spot. It was very silly and ...
... to the town is San Miguel Chapel. An interesting structure that is 100's of years old surrounding 3 huge boulders inside the Chapel. FuWith the assistance of an English speaking German man I was able to arrange for a 6 o'clock departure. I went back to meet with Pat and Dennis in the village centre. We decided to lick our wounds of the day over a cold draft. We travelled 25 km today for a cumulative total of 228 km. "Eventually you don't walk the Camino, but it walks ...
... we paid the bill...got the chorizo and first wine for free despite best efforts to pay and headed onwards. A couple of beers and a couple more pintxos later we hit the wooden hill (or lift with so much food inside us!!) very very happy. A really lovely friendly place with gorgeous food....could San Sebastian be any better?!?!
HEL YES WRITING THIS AFTER BEING THERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!