Villa de Alquezar
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17.45hrs. Long journey from Lourdes some 290 miles. Crossed the border to Spain. Sad to leave France but excited at the same time to explore northern Spain. Driving through the Pyrenees was mind blowing. Ive never seen such greenery and surrounded by so many mountains and trees. Miles and miles of the most spectacular scenery. Photos just doesn't capture the beauty and splendour. What caught my attention was the clean fresh air mixed in with the wonderful smell ...
... and then heading to the pubs or clubs from 11:30pm until the early hours of the day – good times. Saying that, the late nights of the Barcelonians can take a little getting used to. I headed out on a few of the nights with a highlight being a giant pool party and the low light being the clubs (yep, give me a pub any day). While I slept in, Christine made use of the Olympic area and started her daily workouts again.
Zaragoza, Spain (10/8 to 12/8)
... colour. The campground was closed till 4pm so we drove down to the lake and here we have stayed. It is very beautiful with a towering mountain range behind us. We have already had five swims and there is relief while we are in the water but you are out and two minutes later you are dry and hot again. The air is weighted with heat. The breeze is like a fan heater permanently on in ...
This was another awesome day of spectacular scenery.
We started out by following the route de fromage which features farms which sell the Ossau Iraty cheese. Unfortunately the ones we found were closed or so well hidden, that we never got to taste this famous cheese.
However, we drove on along lush green valleys, babbling brooks, through forests of birch, larch and oak, past villages with clusters ...
... each other up to make the walls are a wonder.
Valdevere: a tiny village where we ended up one night after we walked cross country to a megalith site, which was a large circle of about 100 oval boulders upright and placed on the side of a hill overlooking a valley. A site where the sunrays and moonlight would convene as would people wanting to bless, gather, celebrate and meet up throughout their nomadic lives. No-one really knows for ...