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Yes Merry Christmas to you all, and a very happy New Year. We have done it. A white Christmas. Albeit, we had to travel by bus to Pas De La Casa which is on the French border, and when we got there it was sleeting horizontal and the ski field was closed, it snowed at our place on Christmas Eve. Very cool.
Scooters here reign supreme, they …
Day One: 93km and 2300m of ascent
We couldn’t have asked for a better first day - perfect weather, no fitness issues and a steady climb to the finish.
None of us slept much last night because of a combination of jet lag and excitement so we weren’t feeling at our best but we knew that the adrenaline would keep us going which it did. We started in the little town of Ripoli on the Spanish side of the ...
... Andorrans have no level ground to build on, so level out a platform and build on it, on the edge of rivers, cliffs and anywhere else. Hundreds of new ski condos everywhere, as winter sports is one of their big dollar earners. If we had been driving a smaller vehicle, we could have looked at old fortresses and a 16th century church, but no hope of parking anywhere except way out of the settlements. Next ...
... down a track. While we missed the food in Spain, Andorra made for a pretty nice road trip.
School here doesn't start until September, so we have one more road trip planned this month--a trip to Galicia and the Basque country to visit our exchange student, Eider. Best part of all, Amani will be joining us!
Hasta la proxima noticia.
Carlos y Bethany
... Forestry tea room or Rehab courtyard! The drive to Andorra continued to impress, we were glad we chose the mountain route into France rather than driving along the Mediterranean coast. As glitzy as the Mediterranean sounds what we've seen so far doesn't compare to Australia's beaches, they're jam packed with people, the sand is full of cigarette butts and the surf minimal. The drive through the beginning of the Pyrenees into Andorra felt much more glamorous and naturally ...