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Unfortunately, as we decided to head up to the peak via steep rocks, the rain came in and we decided to turn back towards the carpark instead. Initially it seemed this was the wrong decision, once we made it back the rain came down more steadily and the clouds moved in so we couldn't see anything. We were very happy we weren't stuck on the peak when this happened! It was a good sight to see the weather come in so quickly and made ...
... was thrilled with the blue-tongue lizard after effect.
The stage was 85km with 2500m of climbing. Simple compared with last week's efforts in the Alps. There were the usual 3 climbs of the day:• Coll de Jou, 1480m altitude, 22.5km to climb• Port del Comte, 1668m altitude, 7km to climb• Coll de la Trava, 1480m altitude, 9.5km to climb
The climbs were pretty, on smooth ...
... to pitch a tent in the rain. The town is at an altitude of 1800 metres so the temperature had dropped a bit here too. Just as we got into our camp spot one of our back tyres went flat. We’ve had a slow leak for a while and had just kept topping it up every few weeks with air but the rain and stones or something must have dislodged what was in the puncture. Oh well, nothing we can do about it in the ...
... best eclair he had ever had. He only got one bite. We turned south and headed back up the mountains towards the tax haven of Andorra. Our GPS was alerting us to tunnels being closed ahead. And the traffic going in the other direction was banked back for 10km or more. There was some anxious moments in the car... We feared the border would be closed and we would have a 4 hour drive back the way we had come ...
... Poor visibility. Low temperatures. And rain. We arrived at the Tunnel d' Aragnouet-Bielsa, the 3km border tunnel between France and Spain. After the short drive through we were back in Spain. The clouds were gone - blue sky. The temperature suddenly jumped 15 degrees. Incredible change in 3 short km. We drove a further 250km through the Spanish Pyrenees. Beautiful turquoise lakes with people swimming. ...
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