I was feeling a bit better, but was still somewhat weak and did not have much of an apatite. Dan and I decided to go for a hike up the raton. The raton is a mouse shape island (which is now actually a peninsula since man has built roads and docks connecting the island to the main land). The hike was wonderful, even though I had to go slow and take quite a few rest stops. The entire hike had gorgeous views, and from the top of the Raton you could see quite a lot of the Basque coast, soooooooooo beautiful.
That night Dan and I went out to dinner. We ate at the Mayflower. I had the grilled hake, which was an excellent choice for me. It was quite mild and gentle on the stomach. It was the first real food I had eaten since I got sick and even though I couldn't eat a lot of it, I enjoyed it very much. Hake is a very popular and traditional fish in the Basque Country, many of the restaurants we ate at offered some type of hake.