Pension Basic Confort
Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
... in university studying one thing, only to find out they hate it and don't want to use it. Pick something you really love and be the best you possibly can at that one thing. Too many people want to do everything and as a result we have a bunch of people at levels 5/10 doing many things just OK, but the world needs more people at level 10. Put your attention, energy and love into things you absolutely love and excel in that.
3. Get away from ...
... much as the wineries provided the talks. I'm happy with my day despite missing the jazz. I know I'll get lots of jazz when I get home. It's hard to believe that I've not been in Spain two weeks and already I have a lifetime of memories. I was thinking this as the bus took us through the mountains to get to San Sebastian, how beautiful the country is in the north and I still have a lot to see yet! Hope all is well.Daniel ...
... a while of talking to these guys I had to say my goodbyes as I was staring to fall asleep.
The next day I said my goodbyes to Jack and Alex who were off to travel more around Spain and Europe, in the meantime I went with Sheona to have tapas in the famous bars around San Sebastián. You could get any tapa for 2 euros and as many as you wanted and they were amazing, I truly recommend doing this if you are ever in San Sebastián. From this I learned that Sheona was ...
... like most, if not everyone there seemed to be into).
The next morning I woke up at 5:30am and checked out of my room and walked to the main bus stop to catch a bus back down to Madid and then a flight to Lisbon. I caught the bus at 7:15am and arrived at Madrid at about 12:50pm. My flight was at 2:45pm so I had another one hr to check in to my flight to Lisbon. I was initially going to catch a train to the airport but ...
meaning here. As well as serving drinks and coffee, the bar tops are
filled with plates of food of all sorts. Cold meats, savoury pastes,
cheeses, smoked fish swimming in rich tomato sauce. As far as we can
tell, you pay 5 euro for a plate, and then fill it up with a selection
of different dishes. what a brilliant concept!!