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... the climb to the Col d’Agnes (1570m), a fairly steep climb which eased off a little towards the top, from where there were fabulous vistas of the surrounding mountains. The descent, after a few steep sections and a slight rise, becomes a long sweeping downhill towards Massat. Our road took us through shady woodland as we start the climb ...
Next stop is Andorra, another country to tick off the list. It is a horrible place, huge traffic jams at the border and through the main town. Spanish locals stocking up on cheap booze and fags and filling their tanks on the cheap petrol. There are more filling stations than churches in Andorra. Petrol is €1.09 (under 80p) per litre.
We finally leave the jams behind ...
... the man says, even when it meant we had to lean forwards and run. in Andorra all is good at the red man, oh but the green, gangnam, man deserves the respect. You know you want to cross a road like this. Actually maybe it's rodeo style lol.
It's a pretty place Andorra, worth popping in if you are in the neighbourhood.
Still can't get Sally to plan a route, so think I'll head for Zaragoza.
Thats south west right?
Best get the map out, ...
Decided to have a long day on the bike and try and make Andorra.
Now because its up in the mountains, didn't quite make it.
Lots of lovely bends to play with and some fabulous scenery,
Started to chuck it down as I went through this little village, so turned round and found somewhere to stay.
It was just a one street ...
... trying to figure out what they are saying. All good and they both are coaching us all in Spanish. I seem to be getting by better than average so far. We got a lesson on local foods.... had a great cafe.....and off we went. Martin decided since we are a small group and we are riding at a good pace we could add things to the ride. We were going to continue riding to a town called La Seu D'Urgell. Just south of Andorra...I wanted to go to ...