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Travel Blogs from Platja d'Aro
This afternoon we head past the foot of the Pyrenees to Sant Pol to do some kayaking and snorkelling. We wind around the bay on our kayaks and take in the sights. The water is a crystal clear green. Of course we rock each other's boats and splash about along the way. I don't see very many fish around however. But definately a fun outdoorsy afternoon.
... riding the Gran Fondo on Sat. which will be 125K.
Just to summarize the trip so far I have met old friends from last year and made some new ones. I am starting to learn some of the nuances of living in Girona and the day to day things you need to know. Shelly and I are already talking about returning next June so we can share the experience together again.
I would like to keep writing but it's cutting into my riding time so hasta ...
... Battery Boy had pineapple sorbet with strawberries marinated in a liqueur and Video Girl had a Catalana cream with lycées. While they have been in Spain they have been fortunate enough to dine at some amazing restaurants where expectations are high and achieved, and sometimes you find a diamond in the rough. Cal Ros is one such restaurant. They could not fault anything about this tiny restaurant in Girona. The food, wine, service, and atmosphere ...
... of driving Video Girl requested a "oui stop" so Battery Boy pulled into a roadside petrol station and cafeteria. As Battery Boy stood outside waiting for Video Girl he started thinking about some of the meals they had eaten, particularly the culinary masterpiece at Akelare. This made him hungry so he wandered in to the cafeteria looking for something to eat.
A woman appeared from the kitchen, wearing a paper hair net, a greasy apron that was ...
Saturday 31/5 It was with reluctance that we left Salon de Provence in France. We travelled 350 km east towards the Spanish border. So reluctant we decided not to use the tolls for the first half. This increased our time on the road but we were happy with that, slowly making our way to Spain. Again, without fanfare, or having to show our passports, we made it to the border. The landscape was different and the wind (even on the approach) from ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility