It's Sunday afternoon and we are back in France. That had to be the shortest visit to Spain ever.
We spent one slightly damp night at a campground near El Pont de Swert. Very well appointed place. Continued driving East. The roads here are quite good and generally wider than those in France, so our trip across half of Spain will have taken only a few hours.
The scenery has been really quite good. Reasonably big mountains, some good road engineering, long ascents and descents, miles of hairpin turns, and more traffic. Unfortunately my navigator has an upset tummy. All the hairpin turns probably aren't helping.
So far, the Spanish towns have been more active than many of the French towns we've seen. More restaurants have been open, more people have been in the streets and even on a Sunday afternoon, we found a grocery store open.
We stopped for the day at a small place near Serdinya, now back in France. We're running out of time with lots more terrain to cover so it looks like Spain might need another trip just for it alone. What we've seen so far we have liked.
The valley here is lined by towering rock walls and is probably less than half a km wide. We're getting the mutterings of thunder among the peaks.
We expect to be back near Provence tomorrow.