Today I visited Minimil’s flagship clothing shop in Donostia and met the creative team of extraordinary Basque people. Here is my interview in Spanish and English with Maria.
My eyes were delighted by the sights of pastries and confections and my mouth was in sweet ecstasy from the chocolates and turrones of Pariès – Gourmandises Basques. You can see the tempting sweets below, and the range of chocolates was from rich and dark to sweet and creamy.
Yesterday something special in the waves that had arrived from across the ocean brought people together, new friends. Among the waves of Zarautz, Derek Rabelo and Aitor Francesena, who surf without sight, taught us something incredibly important.
“I see everything that you see, but in another way.”
– Derek Rabelo
Love the life you live, and live the life you love.
Life rolls & thunders in with surprises. This is my day in photos. From the hilltops of Getaria along the coast to Zarautz speed skating teams pushed and pulled teammates under sun and rain, and when I headed to Zumaia others were floating on water.
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