Camping Vall De Camprodon
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... amount of time there, looking at most things twice. The architecture of the building was gorgeous too of course. However, the rest of the town was not really built as nicely, I think Barcelona and Lyon win on style of architecture, but it was still a nice place. I don't really think you need more than a day though to be honest, it's quite small. I also took the hike up to Castell de ...
... lessons and meet more people, getting into a bit more of a routine of my life. This includes my au pair duties. Tomorrow is an extremely busy day, as I have to go back an fourth a lot, and also cook for the kids. I'm excited though, I love spending time with them. They are so fun. I should probably write about how my weekend was. Well on Friday Jacqui left for Germany, where during the day I spent my time organising my room and organising ...
Heading into the Pyrenees again where we know it will be cooler, even cold at night, but we like that. A good day yesterday at Collioure where we explored a little by motorhome and now feel we know a little more about the place. Remember to look for the camping/Aire place the other side of the bay that we could ...
... and home.
So - the reader may ask - was this an ‘Everest’ event? Was this like climbing an 8000m peak? You know, now that I've done it, I don’t think it was. There was no freezing cold, no helpless struggle for breath, painful thirst, fear of death, etc. On the contrary, there was a warm bed every night, good food, a glass of wine or beer, warm sunshine, plenty of food and support during the day. The ...
... too! Having planned to head into Spain we rose early, found a wifi sport and then took the auto pista past Barcelona down to L'Ametlla and arrived early, claimed our favourite pitch and have been sat put in the sun since 1500 hours today. Still say put but now dark- we did not forget to change the clock either. En route of course we enjoyed, and I mean enjoyed, a cafe con leche, I suspect the Spanish make the best coffee in the ...