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... up the car, grabbed some snacks for later and headed into the mountains. Was no long before we spotted snow and was most excited. However, this was nothing compared to when we got to the top. It is one of the most breathtaking views, drive and buildings. As much as Andorra is 'small' there are a few 'towns' which can take a bit of navigating and time to get through. But that all adds to the experience. After arriving at ...
... the hotel - top floor with views over the city and mountains below. After gathering my things I headed towards the old city, and was struck by the views of mountains from everywhere within the town.
My first sight was the roof of the congress centre, which at its elevated position provides views of the mountains. I then headed into the old city, where the Sant ...
... ruin when they did not get the necessary approvals to convert it into apartments.
So it is all very fascinating, if fraught witho a few challenges, But I am comfortable here and have a nice roof over my head so all is good. Fingers crossed that we can achieve our aims in the next few months so that Karina and Craig can start earning a few dollars to help towards the enormous sums they have already paid out to shore up the chateau and make sure it is dry and safe.
Today was one of those days which will be unforgettable for all the right reasons. For instance we had breakfast in Andorra, lunch in Spain and dinner in France. You have got to love how easy it is to travel internationally around Europe!
This morning we started off with a morning walk around Andorra where Kate had to pick up a long sort after selfie-stick to help make her holiday photos that much better. Nathan also got the chance to swap a ...
... at 8.30am and finishes at 4.30pm, with a two hour break in the middle. St Josephs is a primary school, with children aged between 3 and 10 attending. The most surprising thing is that religion is not a major focus of the school with the parish priest only coming to the school twice a year at Easter and Christmas to explain the reason for the holidays. Prayer does not form a major part of daily school life and christian beliefs are not ...