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Bayonne: chocolate in France Est. 1600's

It is widely known that the Maya’s were one of the first populations to cultivate cacao in order to make chocolate.  The Maya’s found that the cacao plant thrived in the humid and hot forests where the equator lies over South America. 812 more words


The Camino is beginning...

If anyone has ducked over to our travel blog, Wise Monkeys Abroad – then you will know that we are walking the Camino.

We are doing the Camino for several reasons, including raising awareness and money of Angelman Syndrome, for another travel experience and ticking off another UNESCO Heritage List. 452 more words


UPDATE: Bayonne’s Pizza Linos—Watch Them on TV’s Hungry Investors

Original Review: 05/03/14

PIZZA SNOB RATING     ****½ Nearer Perfection

One of the Pizza Snob’s favorite new Bayonne pizza places, Pizza Linos, was recently featured on Spike TV’s… 85 more words


Hey Go Nuts Today!

F?6.3, 1/640, ISO 200.

This hipper little guy had so much energy running from tree to tree that I couldn’t believe  my eyes.  It almost looked like he was going nuts, but after a few minutes he stopped and noticed me watching him.   98 more words


The journey begins, London to St Jean Pied de Port

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April 30th, 2013​

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Eating Their Way Through Biarritz and Bayonne

This post is going to sound like an advertisement, but it’s really not. The duo have received nothing in return for promoting the following places, except happy memories of good fun, remarkable food and occasionally, not-too-shabby service. 397 more words


Les Fêtes de Bayonne: Basque and Berets

Ready for the biggest party in France? The five day Fêtes de Bayonne is the country’s biggest festival and Naomi agreed to come with me and test out the crazy final two days. 340 more words