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... heads and won’t change.
I pay a total of 6 different taxes; tax on my personal income with only a 7000€ allowance, income tax on my business of 14.1% but without the ability to offset any costs, habitation tax which includes my TV licence, council tax, a holiday tax for each person who stays here at 0.34€ per person per night and a new local annual business tax of 200+€. Three of those are fixed regardless of ...
... site at the moment and our view is of the snow capped mountains…..bliss!
After a well earned early night we packed a picnic and set off into the Pyrenees to see how close we could get to the snow……well it didn’t look too far……we had the most incredible walk which firstly took us on a zig zag through the woods before we popped out onto the mountain with 360 deg panoramic views as far as the eye could see. As if this ...
After Carcassonne we headed away to find a restaurant that Patrick and Jerome had raved about. Best Bean Cassoulet in the world! Took a while but we found it, and Eric the chef, who informed us that they were fully booked and couldn't seat us today. Never mind.
Headed in a roughly southwest direction looking for back roads to Andorra. Ended up staying Foix the night, Stuffed from some hard out riding, but happy.
... 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 ...