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... is preciously groomed for grape production, and sangliers ( wild boar) are fair game for hunters. Small restaurants dot the narrow main street, serving coffee and plats de jour to locals and tourists alike.
And when exercise is absolutely necessary, we pick from bike rides along tracks between the vineyards, and walks along the ridges of the valleys. ...
... and bought terrine and duck and Guinea fowl and lots of things to cook them with. I came out having spent a fortune but laughing.
The next site was owned by a Dutch family and was a short distance up a small valley. The previous site had been at an altitude of 1300m, this one was at the bottom of the Pyrenees at 300m and the difference in the temperature was marked, it felt incredibly hot. Once again I was able to pitch up next to ...
Yesterday morning we left Portugal behind, and as much as we had fun as a family, we won't miss the country. We were looking forward to getting into Spain for some of that great scenery from a few days before, and that's what we got...for the first half of the journey anyway. Then we hit Valencia, and things altered. We got onto the 'autopiste del mediteraneo' which runs alongside some sea who's name escapes me, and came across various 'holiday' destinations which I'd rather not ...
... coming in. The wind is already up to 17mph and the temp is dropping rapidly so we decide to head inland once more. Bye bye Pyrenees, but not before I climb the mini Col beside the Camping-Car Aire. Straight up to 1,125 metres or in English 3,690 ft. It was a great idea at the time. Casteil and the road to it was lovely. I should have turned back then but needing a blow out I continue up the ever deteriorating road to the Col De Jou. Mad idea, all I saw was ...
... a beach, parked up and then walked the five minutes down a track to get there. Just as the beach came into view so did a sea fret, I didn't know they had them in Spain but it seems they do. The beach was a lovely little cove and as the sea fret disbursed we sat there, ate our picnic lunch and thought, it seems a nice little place this. Our apartment address was refusing to come up on the satnav so we thought we'd go and park up in the centre of town and try the tourist info. ...