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... the group turning back to the bus early on. Alan led the group (including Ian) through the web of caterpillars, clearing the path with a big stick. Unfortunately, the caterpillars had reinforcements to replace those that had been destroyed by Alan and started descending on some of the group - there was much squealing and laughing during the descent. Eyewitness accounts suggest that our intrepid tour leader Zaida was the biggest squealer, and apparently ...
Bona Tarda (good afternoon in Catalan). Today was hot and was also the day of the longest walk of the tour. A couple of us - myself, Chris and Amy - decided to give the walk a miss as we all had some type of niggle that we don't want to exacerbate. The rest of the group headed off on a 12 km walk from Mont Blanc through the local vineyards to the monastery of Santa Maria de Poblet, which is one of the largest Cistercian monasteries in Spain and also a UNESCO ...
... in -3 floor, I had no problem finding the car but getting the car out of the parking lot was a challenge. I wanted to make sure I'm comfortable driving the car on the street, L'illa's location was not remote what so ever, so I drove the car down to -5 floor to practice the hardest part of driving a manual car, getting into 1st gear! After 30+ minutes, I was finally confident enough to drive out of the parking lot.
1st challenge, Leaving the Parking Lot. The parking lot ...
... return the car to the Barcelona airport instead of the office where we picked it up. Dropping it off at the airport will be much easier for us. When Don had researched renting a car, the statement on the car rental website was that an international driver's licence is required. Don obtained one in Victoria at the BCAA office for $40, but it was not needed after all - his BC driver's licence was sufficient. We were on our way with the car ...
... recovered from where ever they had ended up. The museum also displayed finds in the Catalonia area from the stone ages, Roman times, the Moorish rule and onwards.
Of course, on the Saturday we rode the Tren Dels Llacs, or the green tourist train, from Lleida to La Pobla De Segur. At last we were on a tourist train, not yellow, not red, and not in France!
It seemed seats were allocated by lucky draw and our draw was a closed ...