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... on this month on his way back from Spain and was held up for several hours on the autoroute just outside Toulouse because it was blocked by tractors. The farmers are not happy with changes to the agricultural policy. He made it to the ferry with just 10 minutes to spare! It’s no wonder the French are the laughing stock of Europe. It upsets me to see this amazing country sinking more into recession because they all have têtes de bois ...
It was a long 5 hour drive today to get to the Pyrenees but it was worth every minute of it to round a corner and see the snow capped mountains in the distance. We arrived at our campsite at Bagneres de Bigorre just south of Tarbes in the Haut Pyrenees about 2pm and were amazed to see the elusive yellow ball (aka the sun) in the sky….yeee haaa!!
Our campsite is stunning, situated at the foot of the Pyrenees, there are currently only 2 vans staying ...
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As we left Lourdes behind, a glance over our left shoulders towards the Pyrenees revealed the places where we had such a good time, covered with snow. Proper thick snow, that although undoubtable beautiful, would have wrecked the riding of the last few days.
Its been truly magical, we have been so lucky.
Next you will hear from us we will probably be in Avoriaz. Cheers just now.
... season everything has gone back to half price - a big difference of only 28 euro a night compared to the 72 we payed back on the Mediterranean coast.
We have met a lovely Australian/Dutch family who are travelling around for 6 months with kids the same age as ours so the girls and boys have been hanging out together having a great time. There is even a big jumping castle here and the kids were all on it unsupervised at 9.20 ...
... Hautacam and the Paragliders that were taking off from one of the summit peaks above us. At some point on this trip there might be a tandem paraglide as it looks so amazingly graceful and another awesome way to admire the picturesque scenery of the French Pyrennes.
Descending is becoming quite a skill on this trip and sometimes more difficult than ascending. It is a difficult line between ‘letting go’ and belting down the hill (which Aaron & Scott ...