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... an Andorra police officer which will make a nice addition to his collection.
We then jumped in the car and headed west about 25km to the town of La Seu d'Urgell in Spain. While crossing the border we were stopped by the Spanish Police checking to make sure we were not bringing in goods over the duty free allowance and Nathan took the opportunity to get his second badge for the morning. It was interesting in that as soon as we crossed the border ...
... at 8.30am and finishes at 4.30pm, with a two hour break in the middle. St Josephs is a primary school, with children aged between 3 and 10 attending. The most surprising thing is that religion is not a major focus of the school with the parish priest only coming to the school twice a year at Easter and Christmas to explain the reason for the holidays. Prayer does not form a major part of daily school life and christian beliefs are not ...
Well, today was officially our coldest day of the trip so far, the temperature got down to -6 in the afternoon! But to be fair were on top of a mountain in the Pyrenees enjoying some snow play. We drove 220km south-west towards the border of Spain where we drove into the mountains to the a ski fields at Plateau de Beille. Beille is popular with the french and is not over commercialised and caters ...
... and this lovely part of the world. Not sure how I will cope with being so far from the sea. I know I will miss it.
There should be plenty of room if you feel like coming to visit except for the tour de France period mid July when everything is booked out.
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... we realized that there wasn't an accident. There were about a hundred cattle being ushered between the cars! So bizarre! We finally made it into a few skiing villages and tried to find an interesting place to stop and eat. We kept passing small settlements and were holding out for the major cities, but before long we were at the border station for Spain. We had driven through the entire country in about an hour without even realizing it! We ...