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... from hour to hour, and even on the supposedly sunniest days we find ourselves climbing a thousand meters up only to see the inside of clouds!
We have drawn up another program for ourselves for the next two weeks. We will travel by train to Toulouse and stay there two nights, then on to Carcassonne for three nights. After that we will go, still by train, to Perpignan and rent a car there. We are planning to stay ...
... by his ladies to pay much attention to us, and we walked on unmolested. We now came to the first descent for the day. We had to go down into the valley, follow a mountain stream downwards along the valley floor for a while, and then climb the mountain ridge on the other side. The descent was rocky and steep which made for slow going, but after a while we reached the stone hut on the valley floor. "Now the going will be easier", we thought. Alas, nothing was going to be ...
... bases, So lots of traffic and possibilites for incidents,
Michael Clough a friend from Mallorca has reccomended a good restaurant in Narbonne when I get down that way,. which I will try to make.
Well it's late here and I need my beauty sleep so I'll say Buenas Notches amigos.
... day. At the end of that walk we will be picked up by a taxi and driven back here for another night in paradise! The weather reports for later in the week are becoming slightly friendlier also, so we are hoping to be able to walk every day for the next three days. By then we will reach Ax les Thermes, where we will have an official restday. Stats: Distance: 2 km Total ascent/descent: practically nothing for a change! Kathy and ...
This week has been a highlight. We joined "hundreds" of French people and stocked up on cheap groceries and petrol near the border before crossing from Spain into France. Our first (magnificent) French meal was at an idyllic setting by the river in St Etienne de Baigorry. This is where we said goodbye to Peter & Myriam.
From our B&B in in the quaint village of Borce, we visited a nearby park to see the animals native to the Pyrenees. I was on a ...