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... such a homage to his work and soooooo prolific. Was great to see and wonderful start to Barcelona for the next 5 nights. Drive down from Pyrenees through more snow fields and huge mountain sides, narrow roads with hairpin turns went on for 20ks nonstop. Staying at a very quirky hotel tonight just down from Dali musuem, photos will follow later but sleeping with an elephant, not nick, tonight and also a clown outside our ...
... been riding for six days!
So we arrived in the little town of Saint Jean Piere de Port, the classic start for many people of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The last long day was over. We were a little worried about Dave and how he would have been feeling on the last climb but he rolled in about twenty minutes after us. There was a feeling of optimism in the sunshine at the finish area. We had cracked it. We were tired but not broken. Just one day to go.
... side of the slate, it does have heaps of history.
Once in the truck we headed for France to catch the end of the camping (holiday) season. You see someone at some time decided that all outdoor activities in the UK and Europe will cease on or about the end of September, regardless of the weather or the needs of the
tourist. Camping ground gates all across Europe start to slam shut in the face of tourists like us from the middle of ...
... the flag so I ask her. Brazil. She moves ahead but I keep her in sight.
There are signs every kilometre that tell you the average grade for the next kilometre. 8%, 9.5%….. Then the sign saying 5km to the summit. Keep it up. Breathing hard. Heart rate too high. Getting hot. Remember to drink. Getting tired. Now the one kilometre to the summit marker. Harder! Keep that power up, increase it. The last hairpin. Come on, harder. The timing mat in site, the ...
... side of the valley until we reach the Cola de Caballo where they form an amphitheatre and a collection point for the melting snow that forms the many waterfalls spewing over the high cliffs.
We had lunch watching a herd of cows move from one side of the river to the other. A couple of calves had been left behind and when their mothers realised, the frantic mooing hurried the calves along. They were funny to watch as they came across the river, high stepping with ...