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... got to, and through Benasque and found the campsite. This is quite an old site , terraced, with a lot of trees and we had difficulty finding a pitch that was a) big enough and b) that we could access.
As we were walking around looking for a pitch it started to rain heavily and 6hrs later it is still pouring! The mountains have disappeared into the mist.
When we finally got settled ...
... the water must be freezing.
The clouds had started to gather and it started to rain. I spent five minutes putting on my waterproof jacket and trousers and covering my rucksack with its waterproof cover, convinced we were in for a deluge. John just carried on regardless. Two minutes later the rain stopped and I spent another five minutes divesting myself of my waterproofs. John looked smug!
Once back in the car park, we visited the information centre to ...
... The path took us through forest and up to Morcat, an abandoned village. We descended to a limestone gorge with beautiful waterfalls and numerous turquoise pools. We dipped our feet before carrying on. After lunch, the temperature rose and the walk back to the campsite seemed interminable, more ups than downs. We eventually made it back though and had an early night.
In a sudden change of plan, tomorrow we are off to the Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte ...
... the car I shut the door in Neo's hands. Luckily he is a strong 7 year old and was okay after 20 minutes.
We arrived at the slopes and the very first thing I noticed at this place was they had different kinds of ski lifts that you stand up to get up the hill. I wanted to try and the first time I did I either pulled a muscle or pulled my arm out of socket. I fell so hard straight into the snow that my camera that was on my helmet fell off and I got ...
... to have a baby. I got to talk with him about his culture, the state of economy in Romania, God and many different things. However, the unexpected happen on the second 2 hours of the trip. The little girl directly behind started throwing up and threw up all over the floor underneath my feet, over my bag and multiple times. We went for 2 hours with the worst smell, puke on my bag, but I learned that sometimes you just have to laugh.
- Swimming pool
- Free parking