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... so many places you can go to. We drove up the narrow road to reach the chairlifts and saw the Huskys in their beds for the night. Snow fall must be huge here, all you see is the metal guard rails destroyed from the snow slides hopefully not from cars. Not many speak English here mainly Spanish, French and their own area language. Headed off to Figueres which is home of the Dali museum. What a sight and surprises around ...
... in the States.
We got the truck out of Cartegena, Colombia, after a thorough inspection of every article, and piece of belly fluff in the truck for drugs. I, feeling like I would either pass out in the heat, or empty my bowels in a less than controlled fashion, had to completely empty every
piece of gear in the truck onto the ground for inspection by the drug squad. I
then had to reload the truck and get it into the container. Usually, ...
... of yen year. When the snow melt is on, these mountains must be incredibly beautiful in a different way to the beauty on display now.
We returned to the road back into Spain and re-passed Villanua before winding our way down the valley before pausing at the town of Jaca. This was another larger than expected and bustling town although we got the sense the bustle would be more significant in the winter. We passed what appeared an historic building and parked in ...
What a nightmare, seasick bouncing up and down on that vile ferry. finally got to sleep around 2am to be woken at 5.45 by loud happy bloody music. The idiots forgot the hour ahead'. After a 10 hour journey, obviously they got lost, twice we have finally landed at our ...
... of visitors under control. Even thought it was Friday and low season, the car park was half full.
The walk was an easy one on a good footpath following the river Arazas. There were lots of waterfalls to admire on the way. The valley is glacial in origin and the scenery is SPEC-TAC-U-LAR!
Wooded slopes give way to towering sandstone rock faces, rising like the walls of a giant's fortress complete with buttresses, turrets and towers. These walls dwarf us ...