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... a new boardwalk following the coastline, we passed through Zarautz where one could stop at a vending machine for a snack, some vibration and a blow up companion. One stop shopping, get a free sucker with your chips, and free tissues with your condoms. Not Joking.
This day truly was a struggle. Every. Single. Step. Felt. Like. Bare. Feet. On. Broken. Glass. We took a lunch break in Getaria at ...
... que nous sommes allés admirer après avoir escalader une falaise assez difficile d'accès. Voici une explication du "flysch": Le spectacle commence lorsque la marée descend. C'est à ce moment là que les falaises qui séparent Zumaia de Deba ne reçoivent plus le harcèlement incessant des vagues et que les eaux se retirent doucement et la plateforme de rochers sablonneux, calcaires, marnes ...
... a patisserie named MokoFin whose chef just returned from Paris. The crust was thinly layered pastry and oh! so delicious! Tomorrow, we need to return our rental car and catch the train in Bayonne, so we decided to reconnoiter the area. Good thing we did, because the drop off point was hard to find ... No address, just "Esso station on Grand Basque"! We found it, despite the absence of a Hertz sign, and discovered it is 2 miles from the station! So we worked ...
... helped justify all the ice-cream we'd been eating.
Leigh and Karl were happy when we stumbled across a Irish bar for dinner one night and partook in some German sausages (?)… Leigh even ate a half a meter of one. I am sure the mashed potatoes will aid his body in digesting it, won't it? We also ate some patas bravas covered in mayo, a common tapa we see in Australia… I’m not sure what palate they were appealing to but we were pretty ...
... on top of a small castle, and which gives breathtaking panoramic views of the city. We also went for a walk along the beach - while the beach was not as high quality as the best in Sydney, it was still miles better than most European beaches, with real sand!
We had also booked in a visit to Restaurant Arzak well in advance. Once again, we ordered the degustation for two, with a red wine recommendation ...