As you will know, Easter is a special time in the Basque Country. Whether you believe or not, there is no denying the impressiveness of the processions and actuations that go on around much of the territory. The most famous of all takes place in the Biscay town of Balmaseda and there is an article and video about this for you to enjoy today.
If you’re thinking of visiting over the weekend, there’s a report about this Easter’s weather as well as a gallery of photos to accompany it.
Important sports news today is that Bizkaia Bilbao Basket have made it through to the Final Four of the Eurocup, despite a 6-point loss to CEZ Nymburk.
Tiffany has sent us her latest update, reminding us about tomorrow’s Pairs Championship Final. Unfortunately she’ll be away and unable to keep us updated, but she has given us some important information on how to keep abreast of developments.
Happy Aste Santua
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Good afternoon Basques!
How are you feeling today? Any plans for Easter? If you are planning to visit the Basque Country, there are many places you can visit and we are sure you will love all of them! Besides, according to weather forecast we will have settled weather mostly cloudless in the Basque Country this Easter.
In addition, if you like Basque cuisine, American Tamar Marino provides us the second part of her latest installment on the Basque Fed blog. She tells us about the importance of peppers in Basque cuisine (part 2) and if you like this blog, have a look at the rest of our blogs about the Basque Country we have.
And to finish with, according to a study made by Eustat, Basque average income rose by 27% between 2003 and 2006.
Have a nice day and see you tomorrow.
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