Pierre & Vacances Moliets Holiday Village
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... where to begin the walk that follows the Cote d' Basque. The sea is foamy and loud, strong and active. Splashing so greatly upon the rocks that walkers like us had to back off from the spray. A few surfers at this tine of year, riding some very radical waves. A short stop for lunch, then home for a short nap. Walking back towards the city center to buy some goodies for our bus ride tomorrow. Dinner again at Hernani and its Basque ...
... of the evening on order to sample its nightlife.
They are dedicated eaters and drinkers in San Sebastion and the artform of 'Pinxtos' is at its height here. The bars groan with food all day and most of the night. Pinxtos is their way of serving tapas- piled high on portions of fresh crusty bread, or accompanying one of their more exotic/local dishes such as Cod Cheeks and white beans or stewed pigs cheeks on mash with gravy.To ...
... so we donned our cozies and went to the beach for a dip in the sea. WOW it was fabulous, like Porth Cothan with the waves (wish we'd bought the body boards) but HOT and the sea was warm, spent an hour or so drying of in the sun before it was back to the van for another BBQ. Skype'd Sam & Ma & Pa, then headed down to the beach again to watch the sun go down :-) goodnight all ...
... several hours it was time to stop for lunch, I then drove for another hour before it was Andy's turn to drive the rest. These toll roads are great but costing an arm and leg in Euros! Arrived around 5pm after finding a supermarket and stocking up on essentials ;-) . This is when the fun began!!! The site is massive, stopped at the security gate and he showed us on a map where our plot was, right the other side of the camp near the beach, yay great we thought, followed ...
... and the kids loved their pasta. Janik was very disappointed.
The next day we have a late start and after a delicious breakfast of pinchas (like a basque tapas, finally some local food!) we head off the the funicular and to the top of the mountain for a beautiful view of the city. Except it was raining again, and very cold at the top, so though we enjoyed the ride, we ...