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... the water must be freezing.
The clouds had started to gather and it started to rain. I spent five minutes putting on my waterproof jacket and trousers and covering my rucksack with its waterproof cover, convinced we were in for a deluge. John just carried on regardless. Two minutes later the rain stopped and I spent another five minutes divesting myself of my waterproofs. John looked smug!
Once back in the car park, we visited the information centre to ...
... Wednesday 4th June
We woke to sunshine and high temperatures (dare I say scorchio!!) so decided to do very little. After much pottering, we walked in to the village of Boltana to do some exploring and visit the Tourist Information office.
Boltana is along the same lines as Ainsa. The old town is perched on a hill so the streets are steep and narrow. It had a small chapel and ruined castle at the top of the town.
We found ...
... the decision they want and so it goes on. They are preparing to tarmac the main road at any moment and Colas who gave me a quote for tarmacking our road is doing it. They contacted me to suggest that they could offer a more favourable price as they were working in the area, but a) I don’t have the money to do even a bit of it and b) I would not want to spend money on any repairs until we have a final outcome of the dispute. However, the tea hut for ...
... into the St Christoph hotel (DIVE).
Lourdes was teaming with Military personnel, it turns out it was the 1st day of their pilgrimage. There were all sorts of uniforms, some very grand and some looked like cartoons. The French Foreign legion stood out a mile, so smart and disciplined (not to mention very hard looking). I did the tourist thing and went along the pilgrim trail to ...
Up early as this part of the trip is the longest between stops. It's raining but scenery is fab. It's costing a bloody fortune using the tolls. Plus being in the motorhome we are always to high up to put the money in so have worked out a technique of bending double out of the window. There are plenty of numpty drivers and none of them us...... The site we are staying on is in Narbonne. Quite a distance. We worked out using the campsite app on Snooper that we ...
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