Shusski Aparthotel Encamp
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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.
Today Nathan surprised the family by secretly packing their suitcases while they were at a real school and taking them to the small country of Andorra for the night. More on Andorra later....
This morning Kate, Roy and Traci went with our friend Karine to her school in St Etienne de Tulmont called Ecole St Joseph where Kate and Roy spoke to her students during their English class on life in Australia. Both Kate and Roy had a ...
... skiing rather than Alpine as well as snowshoe walking, sledding and cross country skiing. We were advised to avoid the weekends as it is very popular but during the week the fields are quiet and very relaxed providing an excellent time for unexperienced snow goers such as ourselves to enjoy some fun on the slopes.
Not being skiers, we were attracted to the large sledding field where there ...
... some decorative restoration workshops in July where delegates actually get to work on renovating items in the chateau. For more details, see link below.
Karina has been asked to write a book about the chateau by an American agent. She has written the first chapter and a bio and it is currently being pitched to American publishers including Folio. There is talk of a movie to be filmed in conjunction with the ...
... we realized that there wasn't an accident. There were about a hundred cattle being ushered between the cars! So bizarre! We finally made it into a few skiing villages and tried to find an interesting place to stop and eat. We kept passing small settlements and were holding out for the major cities, but before long we were at the border station for Spain. We had driven through the entire country in about an hour without even realizing it! We ...