Travel Blogs from Lleida
... diamond run
128. Go to Australia
129. Do yoga in another country
130. Go on an African Safari
131. Learn Spanish fluently
132. Do the infrared sauna
133. Save a life
134. Go to Sedona Arizona
135. Go horse back riding on the beach
136. Concealed handgun certification
137. Own my dream kitchen
138. Own my own gun
139. Drive on the autobahn in a sexy sports car
... some egg and pudding at the local Spar. Sunday morning we took the bus from our campsite to Barcelona. I act as guide and took MAuritz to all the main Gaudi sites, but only after we visited the PIcasso Museum. Quite an eye opener in itself. He went through so many different "phases" At the start of his carreer uhe painted quite ordinary portraits and lots of landscaping - then at the end quite ...
... and SNOW. Well the low temperatures didn't worry us but the SNOW did. So it was back to the drawing board to reach Girona without snow.
We said goodbye to our hosts in San Sebastian (they had only got to bed at 4.30am but were gracious enough to say goodbye at ...
... The overhead lamps in the are paper squares with giant photographs of fruit, veggies, and other healthy things. Our room is a two-bedroom suite (they upgraded us for same price, which was very nice of them). It is large and clean … but one enters in the closet, which consists of a flower chair, hanging racks, and a space dominated by the shower/sauna. Another room contains the sink and a massive Jacuzzi tub. There is another very small room for the toilet. The last ...
... was overhanging so some of the routes stayed dry. We managed to get in a few good climbs on the vertical walls before the rain really set in.
After that the easiest routes out of a giant cave were about 8a/5.13b. So the young members of team Swiss, Sam and Werner, gave those a go while the rest of us buddled up and chilled out. We/I gave Werner, aged 16 and climbing 8b, "Worm" which I'm sure he ...