Travel can be a humbling experience. We were reminded of this on a regular basis as we settled into nomadic life and visited our family in Andorra, a tiny county nestled within the Pyrenees mountains.
A hike with our Andorran cousins.
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A window from one of the L'Avenc cottages looking out over the landscape
I'm writing for our travel blog while taking in the view.
A celebration of the sun, where fire is the main event. For the parade, volunteers wearing protective capes swing metal mesh bags filled with embers.
No swinging bags of fire for Ali. The girls and their cousins got sparklers instead.
Brian loves this photo, I think because the guy looks so sad while standing under a mass of air-filled happiness.
A day in the Spanish countryside with Mari, Ori, and the cousins
The Sardana is a traditional dance in Catalunya
I wish I could give you a detailed explanation of the meaning behind the festivities involving this guy, but sometimes we'd just stumble upon a parade of people wearing crazy costumes and we'd have no idea why.
That time we picked up our rental car, got lost, and almost ran out of gas
One last hike with our family before departing for Croatia.