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... views and white-knuckle, picturesque descents.
We arrived in Prades very late in the afternoon, but discovered when we went out and wandered this small village for dinner and drink that there was a town festival with music, dancing, a parade, and bonfire being held, so we had entertainment provided for our meal al fresco beside the town square.
... Rouze to snap a few photos of some impressive hilltop ruins before riding upriver to Escouloubre-les-Bains and beginning the climb to Col de Moulis. It was here that we caught up to Steve, Tim and Gilles. We all snapped photos at the sign, which was next to a pig farm.
It was a short descent to Escouloubre where Steve and Gilles packed in and called for a pick-up. Tim soldiered on.
The climb to Col du Garavel and the photos there were routine.
What a big day we had yesterday.
The entire day was based around going to visit one of Sandy's friends from Melbourne who now lives 'nearby'. It worked best for all that we have an early dinner and so we had a 5pm date to be there...about 150km away. My trusty navigator knows that I love the winding roads and that the Pyrenees have plenty of those. So the simple version of the plan was - take the arvo on the slow fun roads and ...
... after the Prado in Madrid) for the town of Figueres. Yes, he could be outrageously bizarre but was also a skilled master with paint, brush and other mediums in a variety of styles. We had a mediocre menu of the day lunch near the museum at Creperie Breton (nice cider, though) which had some quirky decor. Its location to the next door establishment was not intentional besides they appeared to be closed at lunch ...
... but that isn't too bad, a grazed shin and a very poorly toe. My foot is so swollen that I can only get my lightest sandals on and my toe is a lovely blue colour. I was a bit concerned that I might not be able to drive but after a good nights sleep, helped by gin and some pain killers I didn't feel too bad. So the next day I set off for the heart of the Pyrenees, not via the town of Graus as I had planned as I didn't want to walk anywhere. My first task was to ...