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... an Andorra police officer which will make a nice addition to his collection.
We then jumped in the car and headed west about 25km to the town of La Seu d'Urgell in Spain. While crossing the border we were stopped by the Spanish Police checking to make sure we were not bringing in goods over the duty free allowance and Nathan took the opportunity to get his second badge for the morning. It was interesting in that as soon as we crossed the border ...
... litre of gin cost about 3 euro in the supermarket and electronic goods such as phones, cameras etc. However, the most interesting things were saw for sale at many shops were replica pistols that fired pellets, taser devices, extendable ASP batons, peppers spray and handcuffs.
We ended the night with a wonderful meal in a Spanish restaurant. Hopefully tomorrow we will get the chance to slip into Spain as well as a play in the snow.
Well, today was officially our coldest day of the trip so far, the temperature got down to -6 in the afternoon! But to be fair were on top of a mountain in the Pyrenees enjoying some snow play. We drove 220km south-west towards the border of Spain where we drove into the mountains to the a ski fields at Plateau de Beille. Beille is popular with the french and is not over commercialised and caters ...
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I will be home next year for sure. I am delighted to let you know that Dax and Jai got engaged in Paris on their way to visit me here at Christmas and it looks like they will get married on 26th march 2016 so you I will definitely be home by then ��
... still had an eventful day dodging bovine on the highway and scaling the beautifully carved landscape of the Pyrenees Mountains before blinking and finding ourselves across the border. Most of the time we travel to see a destination, but sometimes we travel for the journey itself. It was actually refreshing to see a place that hasn't been influenced by the fast-faced modern world around it. Even if it did make the simple act of mailing a postcard seem like a formidable ...