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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.
... in this area.
Add that to the fantastic weekly shop rides on Thurs. from Bike Breaks, Girona Cycle Center and you have a recipe for a great bike holiday in Spain. Well it gets even better because I am meeting other cyclists familiar with the area (Neil, Josep) and so every ride has a little different twist.
The reality is that I have to plan rest days because of all of the riding that is possible. At my delicate age I need to focus ...
... said, "This is strange, why did they leave the bottle on the table. Surely for twenty-two euros it wouldn't include a whole bottle, it must be only a glass."
Battery Boy looked at the menu, looked at the bottle, looked at Video Girl, looked back at the bottle and then at his now empty glass and said, "If that is the case, then I'll just top my glass up before they come back." Grabbing the bottle he poured a healthy splash into his glass with ...
... Julia (navman) soon had us on the auto via crossing the border into France taking us from the west coast to the east coast. The trip was uneventful other than watching out for the sneaky French motorcycle cops that hid under bridges in the shadows with their radar guns.
Considering the distance we had to travel today, Battery Boy thought it would be a good test to assess Video Girl's navigational skills to see if they had improved or not. ...
... generally interested in them. He taught them the 5 most important Spanish words. Water, here, drink, field and nice girl. We drove 40km to Cap de Creus. A coastal area in a National Park. Wow. Breath taking views. Simply stunning. We parked the car and walked around and over the rocks to and around the water. Louis swam, Julian thought about it and it's just too cold for us oldies. We walked and explored for almost 2 hours. We returned to ...
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- Pets allowed