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We left this morning on time from The Midi Pyrènèes and now headed for 'the' Pyrènèes! About 300km but we knew the last part of the roads would be windy and slower so we gave ourselves 5hrs for the trip. The Motorway through Toulouse and down to Tarascon was fast and efficient. We stopped their for lunch as it was a beautiful town right between the cliffs at the start or the Pyrènèes. After lunch ...
... people come to the country - tax free shopping! Around 80% of the shops were selling luxury goods - cameras, tablets, watches etc.
Even in the local supermarket, beside a bunch of bananas was bulk packs of cigarettes and flashy cameras. In many ways it was much the same as Liechtenstein - luxury shops in front of stunning mountain views.
I then carried on ...
... 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.
... at 8.30am and finishes at 4.30pm, with a two hour break in the middle. St Josephs is a primary school, with children aged between 3 and 10 attending. The most surprising thing is that religion is not a major focus of the school with the parish priest only coming to the school twice a year at Easter and Christmas to explain the reason for the holidays. Prayer does not form a major part of daily school life and christian beliefs are not ...
... back and found a mall along the highway. From there we decided to visit the tourist office to see if we had simply missed everything there was to do in Andorra. The ladies at the information desk were very friendly, although confused as to how best to help us. It seems that there isn't much tourism in the country outside of winter. Without the ski resort running, the country felt dormant. It wasn't a total loss though. Although Andorra wasn't ready for our ...