We had a rude awakening as far as Basque beer goes. It's a lot stronger than what we are used to. We found out that it was over 6.5 percent a little too late. This was compounded by the fact that nowhere served any vegetarian options. So strong beer on an empty stomach meant that it got a little blurry. Eventually ended up in Burger King sacrilege. However we got up early and set off in search of Rae's Spanish teacher.
The last time and the first time we met her was in Morocco as we boarded a coach.
Although there was hardly a breeze onshore there must've been a storm out to sea.
I was pulling Gordon behind the bike and we were both engulfed in an enormous wave, much to Rae's amusement and Gordon's horror. We were both soaked. Luckily it was a warm and sunny day.
San Sebastián is a beautiful town famous for its cuisine mainly fish based. This was of course wasted on us but non the less we would definitely return and if you're in this neck of tge woods definitely worth a visit.
They all speak Basque as well as Spanish and a bit like Wales the notices and signs are in both languages.
We wandered around the Christmas market and said goodbye to Delfinia. We had a very pleasant afternoon with her and Rae got a free lesson to boot.
Tomorrow we are once again on the move as we continue our journey south. It's supposed to be raining tomorrow so e are driving som 6 hours to Salamanca and will probably stay there for a couple of nights to have a look around.