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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 ...
... S-bends everywhere but fabulous views. Lunch at a very windy viewpoint, where the temperature had dropped from 30 to 18 very quickly. Wild horses and domestic cattle grazing together, then goats on the way down. After lunch, ignored a "less than 3.5 tonne" sign and climbed to 2420 metres before meeting a sign that said "less than 2.5 metres tall". We were defeated and turned back. Then drove through ...
... France and Spain, in the Pyrenees. Drove south to Perpignan, then west. Mountainous country and windy roads. We passed the walled UNESCO listed town of Villefranche-de-Conflent, a stop for "next time". Decided enough was enough and pulled into a camp site deep in the valley at Fontpedrouse, surrounded by mountains, and the roar of the river near by. Good sleep tonight, unlike last night, where the town hoons did a tour of the car park at 2 ...
... to launch a discussion about the fascinating links between today's Catalonian separatist movement and the very history oozing out of the castle walls, the conversation, slowly commandeered by Che, slid into a juvenile discussion about whether I could whoop a chimpanzee in a cage match. I, due to road fatigue, engaged. "How big is the chimpanzee", I asked. "What does this have to do with Wilfred the Hairy?", asked Bethany. Yes, the important person (but not quit a ...
... anything that involves commercialism or shopping so we were left pondering what he liked here. The next morning driving through north Andorra to the French border we found what we were looking for. Just a little up the track were quiet little ski villages surrounded by ski lifts, people mountain biking down the ski runs and road cyclists enjoying the challenging hilly roads used in the Tour de France. Aagh, this was the Andorra we pictured...definitely booked the wrong cheap ...