Shusski Aparthotel Encamp
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... much to the disappointment of Tony.
We chose our dinner venue as it was one of the top rated places on Trip Advisor - the food was ok but very old-fashioned place. Lots of photos on the wall of 'celebrities' (no-one we recognised but we are sure they are famous in Andorra) and it was similar to 'Jimmy's Kitchen' in Hong Kong for the people that know that. At the end of the meal, we ended up (attempting to) chat to the lady on the next ...
... bigger in both size and population the closer we got. The turns were so tight and one came so fast after the other that it was like a motorbike version of downhill skiing. At times the road would suddenly be inside a mountain in darkness, the tiny hole of light at the other end your only hope of surviving. We stopped at an old town café for a breather, and so impressed by the character of the place, we searched for our iphone snappy camera, only to ...
... to compete in these types of races. No, he didn't mention EPO or blood doping, which everyone was doing in his time and still is now, but if you could suspend disbelief for a second, it was kinda cool.
And to top off the furry bike in Geneva,I met a guy with a bamboo bike today. A little bit heavier than carbon, but much stronger. I'm sure this is the next big thing in bike technology!
... cooler up here.
On Saturday the sky is still overcast and the temperature quite cool. So about midday we set out for another walk. It wasn’t long in before the sky got pretty dark and the wind picked up so we decided to head back the way we had come. We got drenched again but the scenery was worth it. Rest of the day was spent reading as the rain absolutely poured down. More thunder and lightning ...
We set off on foot for a walk around the village of La Seu d'Urgell in the foothills of the Spanish Pyrenees. As we arrived late we wanted to check out the city by day. Turns out, not too much that we could do in the village to fill the day. The hotel we were in was very nice though - so we decided to book for another night and go for a long drive. Rob still had a Pyrenees itch to scratch. We decided to head north ...
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