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Travel Blogs from Vielha
... his chain Schleck-style in final km and I attacked, Contador-style, dancing on the pedals. If only!
Payback for me was rear puncture on the Port de Bales descent from a bib number safety pin. After some less than helpful assistance from a motor bike man and 10mins lost I was rolling again. On my own. Prior to this I was well up in the placings but lost time ...
... find dinner and ran into John and Greg somehow(our other 3fidi friends) so we had a great dinner within a square where the kids could play. Downside to car park was that it was never quiet with trucks coming and going all night but it did allow us a quick start to the race.Lucy has been going really well on this trip so far but young Ben continues to give us grief. His normally big eating patterns aren't there, hence he gets defiant quite a lot and his night terrors have ...
... on the top of Port de la Bonaigua. James had stopped the van for a 'natural break' for the kids, with dozens of horses 100m away. Within two minutes they had surrounded the camper and the kids were beside themselves with excitement. The horses had bells and were quite tame, content to be stroked and obviously keen for some food. Lucy and Ben happily obliged. Later on as we riders were climbing, ...
... to be her husband who was blind,
down through the rocky tracks, so much trust!
From here we drove our final leg through
the mountains to Valle de Nuria; again in the dark. We found we started up on the ghost stories
again; quite amusing to see our reactions when the GPS got lost and tried to
send us up a dark steep track up the mountain. This was not manageable in our
car, thankfully we called the hostel and received directions, and we were not
... most of the day sleeping or playing on my Mac whilst the others went hiking in the mountains. In the afternoon i did manage a walk into town with Imogen from some lunch; we shared a set menu and had a local stew; surprisingly filled with chickpeas and some vegetables with the meat and broth, and typically prepared trout.