My Way to Santiago – Day 4

Deba – Markina – Xemein – Gernika-Lumo Deba – Markina-Xemein – Guernika-Lumo The Day didn’t start that early, but still we managed somehow to finish the breakfast before nine. It looked as we will finally adjust our starting hours to the quest that we want to do. A cup of coffee or two, bread andContinue reading “My Way to Santiago – Day 4”

My way to Santiago – Day 3

DAY 3 – San Sebasti├ín-Donostia – Zarautz – Deba   Source of the image: Photo of Basilica of Saint Mary of the Chorus in San Sebastian (my photo), a baroque Roman Catholic parish church and minor basilica completed in 1774. It is located in the “Parte Vieja” (Old Town) of the city of SanContinue reading “My way to Santiago – Day 3”

My Way to Santiago – Day 2

DAY 2 – Bilbao to Irun & Irun to San Sebastian Luis Mariano (1914-1970) was the first man that we saw in Irun. Sitting in his chair, looking more as a movie director than a popular tenor of Spanish Basque origin. He was born in Irun, in the place of the start of our ElContinue reading “My Way to Santiago – Day 2”

Berlin Wall

Passport? A passport is a travel document, usually issued by a country‘s government, that certifies the identity and nationality of its holder for the purpose of international travel.[1] Standard passports may contain information such as the holder’s name, place and date of birth, photograph, signature, and other identifying information. Passports are moving towards including biometricContinue reading “Berlin Wall”

A simple gesture

It is interesting how the perspective of something can change… I arrived in Skopje with the airplane. I knew that I can go to the city with the taxi, but I prefer public transportation, whenever it’s possible. So, although I didn’t have time to thoroughly explore the city before my arrival, I checked if thereContinue reading “A simple gesture”

Massive bronze giants

Massive is the best word to describe gigantic statues that you can find in a recently renovated main square in Skopje… All of the gigantic monument construction in Skopje began in 2011, as part of a government project to rebuild landmarks lost in a large 1963 earthquake. Within 2 years, more than 20 new buildingsContinue reading “Massive bronze giants”