Guitart Termes la Collada
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... to Pailheres was long but again not terribly steep. Still, I eventually started slowing down. Once I realized that it was because I wasn't drinking enough--although not as warm as the previous few days, it was still fairly warm, and humid--I got off the bike a few kilometres from the top, emptied one of my bottles, and continued. Much better.
Despite this delay, the gang was still waiting for me at the top, all huddled together out of the brisk west wind that was ...
... She said that I could go anywhere on the site but I soon found that I was too big to fit on most pitches, the problem being narrow service roads and lots of trees dividing the pitches. I finally found one where, with a degree of concentration I managed to park up and I felt rather proud of myself for the intricate manoeuvring of the motorhome. To celebrate I took off to have a meal in the restaurant and unfortunately it wasn't very good. I ordered fish ...
... to be inside a Spanish apartment. Her parents welcomed us with open arms and a kiss on both cheeks. We took loads of selfies and then it was time for dinner, here, dinner is a nine o'clock. Her mom made us sausage, with rice that had tomato sauce and egg on top, a traditional Spanish meal...I just called it breakfast for dinner! Either way, I really enjoyed it! Afterwards we continued to catch up and then parted our ways for bed, as tomorrow we are getting up at 6am! ...
... it's nothing but snow fields and villages for snow fields.
In spots the houses look pink. It's because the stone around is all pink and that's what they use to build the houses. Amazing to see. Houses perched on mountain tops and villages sitting in the valley and on little 'pimples' that rise in the valley. Many years and years old. Saw one that has yet to be claimed and I claim it for my next house!
... road, a squashed Adder and a lot of trees until I broke out a few miles later at the top! Le Tour De France has never been this way and never will. Its a dead end and It's all mine! The descent was dangerous and almost impossible on my touring bike with limited breaking powers, a buckled wheel from a few days ago and a wobbly head set, but I didn't care. I was Queen of the mountain for a very short hour. Clive welcomed me home with a chicken curry and an ice cold ...