Les Jardins de l'Ocean
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... update more regularly if I don't become alcoholic..
The idea is to get into Spain today or tomorrow (depending how many beers I have) and get to explore the Basque Country. It's already apparent, the signs are in Spanish here as well and paella is on the menu in most restaurants - mmmmm!
Had a lovely chat with Jilly last night and it's looking good for a meet-up soon. She's promised to show me the ropes with the Tapas bars of northern Spain so bring it ...
... where it was positively dangerous!
Had noticed a Coiffure unisex down the road and the old barnet was getting a bit unruly so I decided to give it a go. With my French and their English I thought I'd asked for a grade 3 but I think the barber thought I meant 3mm. Haven't had this sharp a cut since we went to that barbers in Istanbul - remember Tim?
Wednesday came and the weather is warming up nicely, so South we go. WYM is going beautifully ...
... before returning to the train station. As it turns out we did end up missing our train from the main town back to Bordeaux. Thankfully we found a nice German/French couple who offered to take us back to the city as that was the direction of their home. All in all it was a terrific day, quite spontaneous even! The gals are thinking of heading to San Sebastián next and I'm thinking I may head that way and start my hike from there. Love always, ...
It was doing to be a hot weekend so we headed out to the coast and checked into a campsite. Electric hook up and unlimited wifi seems like luxury. Arcachon turned out to be an upmarket holiday resort with chic town, massive villas and beautiful beaches. Plenty of cycling and swimming in the ...
... There were some inspiring sights though, such as harvesters working the large fields under powerful floodlights, with the backdrop of a quite spectacular sunset, giving the sensation of being witness to an alien yet human world, of which I am but an insignificant neuron, a single cell in the flow of humanities blood cruising down a motorway into darkness, a sort of Bladerunner style vision of a dawning future age... I definitely experienced a mixture of ...