Aparthotel Hort de Popaire
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... yourself down the mountain. We all agree this was certainly a highlight. The park closed at 5pm so it was time to jump back in the car and head for home, but not before filling up at a cheap .899c/l.
The last two days have been fun and Kate has decided that Andorra is her favourite country so far and she will return to live when she is older. It must be something to do with the shopping and the modern buildings, she certainly is a city girl.
... for teachers. This is vastly different to our experience with Catholic schools back home.
Nathan came to the school just after 11.30am to collect the family and it was at this time they found out that he hd arranged the trip to Andorra. If you do not know, Andorra is a very small country with an approx population of only 77,000 people and is at the top of the Pyrenees boarded by both France and Spain. Nathan and ...
... runs which gave us hours of fun. We had the sledding field to ourselves for the entire morning and were joined by four others in the afternoon, we could not have asked for a better day, no crowds, clear blue sky and heaps of snow!
In the afternoon Kate and Roy were treated to a ½ hr of husky sledding, Roy, the animal lover, was beside himself with excitement and we believe this was certainly ...
... She has had a massive amount of hits on her Facebook page since they have started pitching the book-over 170K which is extraordinary - and there are lots of off shoots that will come from interest in that. I am sure we haven't even scratched the surface yet. There is talk of a new Prada perfume to be launched from the chateau but this could be just talk.
I believe I am also going to be offered work ...
... to the trip! There aren't any trains or airports into the country either. The entire country is so mountainous that straight roads aren't possible. Extremely long tunnels have been dug in some areas, but they don't get too far through the mountain. Before long we were again winding through the narrow mountain roads. To make matters worse, the roads were also being used by the locals for herding their livestock! We were in a traffic jam for about an ...