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Ce matin, nous avons quitte Barcelone pour rejoindre Andorra la Vella, la capitale et seule ville digne de ce nom en Andorra.
N.B. : Andorra est une petite principaute nichee au coeur des Pyrenes et c'est le 16e plus petit pays du monde.
Un trajet de 3 longues heures en autobus a ecouter CKAC en espagnol d'une oreille et le gros monsieur ronfler de l'autre! Heureusement, la route nous amene dans les Pyrenes, la chaine de montagnes qui separe l'Espagne de la France, ...
... what an experience that was... Me and my 2 bags on the back of a motorbike, thankfully it was only about a 2km trip to the hotel.
There's little to do in Ninh Binh but it's purely a stop over for my trip tomorrow to tam Coc .
I'll got out for a wander later and then come back & plan for Hue.
Ill upload the photos of Halong Bay when I get to Hue as I doubt there will be an Internet cafe here!
Love to ...
... is so astonishing that you get the feeling of moving around in slow motion.
We visited a big cave on one of the islands, went kayaking and visited a floating village where the people live in houses build on rafts and underneath they have enclosures filled with fish, squid and lobsters that they feed until they are big enough to eat.
The first night we slept on the boat but on the second day we went to Cat Ba Island and stayed in a nice new hotel in Cat ...
... the many of the residents of Vung Vieng are taking part in opportunities generated from tourism. Pearl farming has become very popular and displays of how it is oysters are grown, farmed, and harvested can be seen by tourists.
Footprint is extremely proud of the work that has been done in Vung Vieng, and the initiatives taken by the community itself. A great example of how tourism can benefit ...
... lunch outside when we eat in. Calonge to L'Estratit: The drive was beautiful. We went along the coast some small winding roads but the little coves made it all worth it. We headed towards Begur which is a little village nessled on top of a hill with a fort type castle on the top. We both loved this place! The walk up to the fort was nice exercise with stunning views although a little hazy for good photos. The village itself was littered with little bars, ...