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... lots of bobbing boats in the harbour and thousands of people!!!! Today it was very hot again, 32 - 33 degrees with this heat wave. A friend who's in France said they had been experiencing 40 degrees. Ugh. This little town was alive and humming with people. There was a big stage set up for a concert that night. We came to a little beach and just stared in wonder. Every square centimetre of sand was taken up with a beach towel and an ...
... Country to the North West, towns of Saint Feliu de Pallerols, Olot, Santa Pau (picnic lunch in view of this 12th century gem), Mieres, Banyoles, Girona. Beautiful deep blue skies, fab roads, great day out. As dusk fell wanderied the Ramblas and the ancient labyrinthine alleyways of the old Jewish Quarter, with elegant Rosata and tapas dinner. ...
... what seemed to be yet another col. After about 40 Kms along the coast we headed inland and spent most of the rest of the day travelling through farmers fields. It was very hot and we had difficulty finding a place to eat, but when we did, one of the patrons kindly came over to translate for us. Must say fresh melon in this part of the world is outstanding. The only negative note about today, other than the heat, is that the coastal road is very busy with ...
... with Dave and Linda as usual and Caroline and Lucie took off after the van was loaded to a local vet clinic with little Arthur to get him the rabies vaccine shot he needs to qualify for entry into Canada.
The ride along the Mediterranean coast was a postcard all the way to the Spanish border and beyond, until we turned inland at Llanca where we pulled in to a supermarket for food and water. From there we were ...
This was our last day of serious climbing and we have now dipped wheels and deposited Atlantic stones in the Meditarranean. It was a gorgeous day, and we set off as a group of five, Peter, who is feeling much better, Lori, Steve, Gilles and I. The major climb took us to the Col de Palomere at 1036 m. Thankfully it was not a steep climb - I would guess between 5 and 7%, which is a good thing because I could barely manage that. I had done my math and was convinced that I had another ...