My last day in Biarritz started as the previous ones: I woke up, headed to the beach, looked at the perfect waves stretching in front of me, smiled & got into the ocean.
How beautiful is the beach early morning, when there is almost nobody?
& almost nobody in the water 🙂
I had a wonderful session, working on my turning skills.
I was alone in the water, but what I like about surfing is that I feel like there’s a community: waiting for the waves, I always have a talk with other surfers & I feel like we keep an eye on each other should something go wrong.
Just before leaving, I saw this woman entering the water. She was super fit & tanned, with long blonde hair. She was maybe 40 or 45 & wearing a red bikini, while I was wrapped in my long wetsuit. & she was surfing so damn well!!
I really wanted to go to her & say “Please, I wanna become like you in 10 years!! & can we be friends?”, which I obviously didn’t. 😉
Unfortunately I arrived too late & kitchen was closed, so I had a quinoa salad instead, which was really yummy by the way.
& look how cute is the place anyway! So pink & sweet!!
I sat outside happily eating & blogging. & thinking that’s how life should be.
After lunch, I had a last walk on the beach, soaking up as much sun as I could.
I sat near the window & enjoyed the view with a coffee & a gateau basque, a local cake with cherries.
Patisserie Miremont turned out to be an institution in Biarritz, it exists since 1872!!
& the decor makes you feel like in the old century indeed.
How much do they love pink in this city btw?? Even in this place all the walls were pink! It’s the city for me ;p
The cake I had was very good, but everything seemed yummy anyway & also, all the cakes & chocolates come in pink bags!
After a last look at the bright blue ocean, it was time to go.