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... were sure glad we'd not been a few minutes earlier and encountered them on the path.
We continued on before reaching the path heading down past the Cascadas de La Lirre I'd partially viewed yesterday and down we started over the rugged though stepped slope. There were a few places where a view of one section of the tumbling falls was possible and it was amazing to see and hear the roaring waters tumbling down the steep slope. In many places, the rock has been gouged ...
Good luck this morning - there was a produce and everything else market at the little town we stayed at last night. We have bought heaps of little gifts , it was a fun experience negotiating in Spanish / English/ sign language. We have made it to Barcelona in one piece. Spanish drivers are crazy !, somehow we have managed to ...
... 2000m. Then a long descent to Ax les Thermes but then a 10km steep climb to the finish. When I talk about steep, I'm talking about an average of 8% or more with periods of unto about 12%.... That was tough in the heat at the end of the day. 120km and 3000m of climbing.
Today we set out in convoy from Ax les Thermes at 07.30 which is just after dawn! The first 30km wasn’t timed as we were going down the main road before cutting off west. The support from ...
We had a surprisingly good dinner last night considering the isolated position of the gite. Most of it (except the chicken) came from their own vegetable and flower garden. The plate of salad had about 5 different flowers mixed with the vegetables, and they were all edible. This was followed by a chicken casserole which was delicious, and the desert was artfully folded pancakes with coconut icecream in the centre. A young Israely couple and their toddler daughter shared the ...
This day will go into history as "the day of the mud"... We started off at 0730 Hrs with a short transfer to the hamlet of Bouche. The area here is extremely rural, just some tiny little villages, some with a gite in them, and not more than a few dozen houses. We knew the day was going to be long, so we wasted no time and were on the trail at ten to eight. As usual the day started with an interesting little climb, ...