Long Drives, Medieval ruins, Glacial Waters and North Spain
I have to admit, that before I venture on a trip I don’t get excited until I step foot on the new country. For our trip to Spain, I was completely blindsided. It felt like falling in love. Discovering Barcelona was wonderful but the road trip in North of Spain was truly electric.
My curiosity was peeked when a friend showed me an image of her in the water near the Pyrenees. I did the research but was not prepared for the reality. Crystal clear blue glacial waters, medieval ruins of a forgotten village, and the 360 view was just too overwhelming.
During our road trip we found the most enchanting scenery, and spontaneously stopped at a village or hiked towards ruins or went for a swim in the freezing water. I never had as much fun getting lost as I have in Spain.
In all my years of travel, those moments were one of the most unforgettable and remarkable.
Arragon: road trip, glacial waters and medieval ruins
Cadaques: Salvador Dali’s home town and delicious churro con chocolate