Hotel Bel Angle
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... spectacular though I couldn't do much looking even though my speed never got above 25mph. Thankfully there were virtually no other vehicles on this road but even so it took 5 hours to get to my new destination.
The final thing I have been proud of is my increasing confidence in identifying a camp site from the directory and turning up without booking. I have had absolutely no problems until this day and so at the end of a long and really tiring drive ...
... something that sounded fine -has a kitchen! - and we continued to plot towards there.
Thought we'd be in the foothills. No way Josť - it was IN the Pyrenees! Spent the day mostly between 1300M and 2000M - that's in the air and dizzying made more so by endless switchbacks up and down the mountains! Twisting like we haven't twisted and I have no idea how many tunnels through the mountains but man oh man it was scenery ...
... coming in. The wind is already up to 17mph and the temp is dropping rapidly so we decide to head inland once more. Bye bye Pyrenees, but not before I climb the mini Col beside the Camping-Car Aire. Straight up to 1,125 metres or in English 3,690 ft. It was a great idea at the time. Casteil and the road to it was lovely. I should have turned back then but needing a blow out I continue up the ever deteriorating road to the Col De Jou. Mad idea, all I saw was ...
... all sorted so we could shower. Very important! !
In cafe now trying 2.50 pint for research purposes.
The frontier with Spain is just at edge of Andorra la vella and its a long way to Spanish coast up and down many mountains. You would want good brakes and not be scared of sheer drops at edge of road.
It must be beautiful during skiing season but I would recommend it in Summer too they have a lot of building crammed into gaps between the hills. ...
... and uphill. Despite it only having three houses, we managed to get lost and had to consult the map. It appeared our route went down a steep, grassed and rutted cart track. This was challenging riding, but OK. Mel started moaning at this point, and didn't stop again until we were back on hard ground.
We forded the stream, took a wrong turn, and followed the road for a bit, before heading off it again on a farm track, much to Mel's dismay. There was ...