Casa Rural Jesuskoa
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... was originally located in the old cathedral and its chapels used for lectures and libraries. The self guided tour was fantastic and the cathedrals are awe-inspiring. Definitely a trip highlight.
In this photo below, I am 'in the hot seat' where a student sat to be examined by the academics. The student was given one day to prepare, with food being passed in through the small rose painted panel to ...
... dans une petite baie à Hondarribia où nous avions déjà passé deux nuits. Jamieson nous a préparé une ratatouille avec des anchois qui était vraiment délicieuse. On s'est baigné, il faisait un temps superbe. Ce matin nous nous sommes levés tôt et avons pris la direction de Zumaia. Nous avons mis 3 heures pour arriver. Zumaia est une petite ville célèbre pour ...
And so we reached the Surfers Paradise of Spain - San Sebastian - which was drenched with rain the day we turned up. Not a very auspicious start, but we were still excited to spend a few days relaxing by the beach before the craziness we knew Pamplona would be. We were staying near the surf beach with a lovely couple, Raul and Oihana, and their little dog Talo (a talo is a type of hot dog - which we found amusing). They are both designers and their flat was full ...
... but it's still a pleasure to have the chance to catch up with somebody. After all, what really makes a friendship? Sometimes distance prevents you from getting to know another person very well, but if there is something common, it really doesn't matter where you both live.
The plan was to meet in Gros, what is considered the new part of San Sebastian, at the Kursaal Centre, a modern performing arts venue. I love the simple act of ...
Took a train to Spain today, it took 5 and 1/2 hours. I had managed to book a first class seat, which was nice because I didn't have to sit next to anyone! The countryside wasn't particularly interesting though, lots and lots of corn fields and pine plantations. There was one area of vineyards and some lavender but it went past so fast that I didn't have time to get the camera out to take a photo.
I arrived in San Sebastian at about 6pm and thought that it ...