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... The temperature is colder then normal today. Sitting at about 25-26.
So we got off the bus and went to check in. She wanted me to fill out a form and I said do we do one each? That's when she said but its only 1 bed. Oh for **** sake, again!!! So I showed her my booking which says 2 persons in a 4 bed dorm. This time I was more worried. The guide had already called during the day trying to get a bed ...
... times as I am will surely put this entry on a long list of things the government must sort through to make sure I am not a threat. Which I promise I am not. But with the recent change in political control in Spain I question if they have something similar, as it seems that Franco would have liked technology such as that.
Back to the ETA. In my somewhat educated opinion, I see the ETA as a result from a dictatorship in order to achieve cultural and ethnic autonomy. ...
Somewhere in Euskal Herria there is a man who lifts heavy rocks and sets them back down for sport. He prides himself on brute strength, which comes from a diet of pork and cider.
"Vegetables are for animals," he boasts—convinced of the ability to move one's bowels without fiber. He runs in the elevated woods and swims in the brisk Atlantic. “This is my gym,” he says. And it takes ...
... sea air.
San Sebastián is a beautiful city with the ocean, gorgeous buildings and old town to admire.
Today we made our way to a little cafe for breakfast and then onto the Aquarium. This was interesting as it told you about the history of this little port as well as having various tanks of tropical and ocean sea life.
We found a great restaurant for tapas and as it is our last day in Spain we needed to try them. The food was fantastic but we ...
... We also had the best potato croquette we've had in Spain too. They have them everywhere here but this one had the perfect balance of cheesiness and potato! Later on we headed back out with our Australian flat mates on the hunt for some churros which we eventually found, deep fried dough covered in sugar served with extra chocolatey thick hot chocolate. You'd think we would've had our sugar fix by then but oh you are mistaken. We went to a little bar that ...