Maison de la fontaine
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Hi everyone, especially those not on Facebook. It's been a while since I've been in contact, maybe as far back as Helsinki. Well for those of you who think I may have disappeared into the wilds of rural France, I am actually still walking and have only a few days to go before reaching the Pyranees. The walking has been tough but fabulous with some …
Another day of adventure! We started the day slowly then went down to the river Aspe, about 4 kilometres from us, to meet our timing for the white water rafting trip. We had to be rigged up in wetsuits, lifejackets and helmets, oh what a sight! After a briefing by Sebastian we entered the water for our 7 kilometre journey, it was so much ...
This little tourist train is billed as the highest train line in Europe. It is an hour from us up the valley from Pau to Spain and you get up to the embarcation point by cablecar. The little carriages on a 500 mm gauge track run 10 km along the mountainside at 2000m elevation to the head of the valley where there is an ...
... St Jean De Luz, about 16km away on the coast. It was an easy descent and the route diverted us off the highway and onto the coast road where we got ensconced in the traffic but finally came out on the waterfront and a formal finish line with banners and loudspeakers calling us in. Unexpectedly, this is where they presented us with our finisher medals and t-shirts. (You mean, I cycled all that way and all you give me is a measly t-shirt!?) Then we had to hang ...
... Neither myself or my dad took anything from them.
We stopped at one of the picnic benches and had something to eat where we were then informed that we had arrived at arrived at Roncesvalles. A small hill climb and a corner to round and we were outside the Municipal Alburgue. We paid for a bed for the night, and went off to find a beer to celebrate that we had made it over the biggest hill in the world and were now no longer in France. Buen Camino.