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Travel Blogs from Jaca
... to Lac de Faberge where we had lunch by the lake. Then headed up to gondola to the top of the ski field and hiked a few of the ridges to get some stunning views across the Pyrenees. Came back down the gondola and drove down the valley a bit and went to Lac de Bious Artigues where we swam and sun bathed a bit before smashing a tasty calzone. Cruised home slowly among the public holiday traffic and had a quiet dinner at Marie ...
... made up- Secret Belgian Beer Society. If you know your beer and quickly drop some names the ones who care will suddenly direct you to new ones. It’s a fun club!
· Calas- sandy beach enclosed by cliffs. Best Calas to see: Cala S Alumina, Cala Gran, Cala Mondrago, Cala Esmeralda.
· Dove Campaign-Was a campaign in the states in the early 2000’s where women were learning to embrace not only their inner beauty but their outer- no matter ...
A lot of my gear is still very wet. I've got spare gloves and socks, but only the one cagoule and most of it is still damp. Hopefully, I won't need it ....??? It's a sunny morning and starts quite cool at 12C.
The original plan for today is to drive eastwards for a walk up the Anisclo Canyon. It takes about an hour to do 20 miles or so across a high pass near the village of Fanlo, on a very twisting minor road. Once down the other side, the ...
... the Ordesa Gorge. There are a few more cliffs to be circumvented, but eventually I arrive on a flat table of land, with a lunch spot on the edge of a big drop down to the meadow below. I've been going about 4 hours and have reached about 2100m (as best I can tell without a working GPS) from a starting point at around 1300m. The Refugio is now in sight, about 20 minutes further on I reckon, but it's not worth continuing to visit it as the view from there seems unlikely to ...
... carry on past it.
The stretch of motorway northwards to Huesca has to be just about the most boring section of road I've encountered in this entire trip - the numerous wind turbines are just about the only features in the landscape, until, just before Huesca, the mountains come into sight on the northern horizon.
At first I think I've already reached the Pyrenees, but these are a sort of preliminary range called the Sierra de Javierre to the west, and the Sierra ...
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