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... the climb to the Col d’Agnes (1570m), a fairly steep climb which eased off a little towards the top, from where there were fabulous vistas of the surrounding mountains. The descent, after a few steep sections and a slight rise, becomes a long sweeping downhill towards Massat. Our road took us through shady woodland as we start the climb ...
Next stop is Andorra, another country to tick off the list. It is a horrible place, huge traffic jams at the border and through the main town. Spanish locals stocking up on cheap booze and fags and filling their tanks on the cheap petrol. There are more filling stations than churches in Andorra. Petrol is €1.09 (under 80p) per litre.
We finally leave the jams behind ...
Definitely the busiest little country so far, even more so than Monaco.
Had a great lunch here and walked round the capital, and found some really cool motorbike shops, in fact you can get just about anything you like for your bike here, well except a tank lock for a triumph.
Almost asked a guy to video me crossing the road, you have to do what the man says, but he didn't speak any english. Now you may ask why? Well I've always told my kids to ...
... decision made, I would be number 2 rider after Martin...seems he rides fast and everyone to a man pointed at me to be right behind him...they would take up the rear. All I could say was whattttt.......but accepted my fate. Everyone was ready....and we lit em up and with that....off we went through the streets of Barcelona heading North and West. Th driving order was Martin, Me, Phil (800 GS), Greg (800 GS), Dan (1200 GS), Mike (1200 GS), Lee ...
Had a fab day out at a prehistoric park for the he kids. It had a lovely audio display talking about the history of the place. There are caves in the region that are 30,000 years old. Magdalenes lived in the area and used to hunt dear and bison. The kids enjoyed learing and then they did some cave painting and learnt how to make fire. That night we had a nice catch up with Liz and Russ and had a for wines. A late night. But a new day of driving was ahead of us!! ...