Our summer holiday

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This summer has been fabulous. We spent almost 3 weeks travelling around the Aragón region of Huesca province of Spain and a bit of the Basque Country of French. It was such a beautiful region. Rich of mountains, forests, nature, animal, but also culture and things-to-do. In August it’s literally a cool place to go since the temperature is a few grades lower than the rest of Spain (which is…hot).

Here’s a summary of our day-to-day holiday pictures (the same like I posted as ‘photo of the day’ in my Instagram: m_stella_n):

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El Salinar (salt mining) in Peralta de la Sal.

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Castle of Monzon, Huesca.

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Barranco (nature preserve) in Gabasa, Huesca, Aragon.

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Alquezar, one of the most beautiful village in Spain. We did the hike along the river Vero…amazing!

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Arrived in Tarnos, France. Sky took Lot for a stroll in the garden of our holiday house. Lot has been fantastic during the whole holiday!

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The beach of Tarnos, France.

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Visited a cute village La Bastide-Clairence and an amazing prehistoric cave Grottes d’Oxocelhaya et d’Isturits.

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Beautiful nature reserve park du Marais d’Orx. Spotting some beavers and turtles!

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Biarritz, France.

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Stand up peddle at Hossegor Lake, French.

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Bayonne, French.

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The backyard of our 3rd holiday house in Latré, Aragon, Spain.

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A ‘poza’ in the midst of beautiful greens, Huesca, Spain.

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Jaca, Aragon, Huesca.

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An ‘animated forest’, Parque Lacuniacha, Huesca.

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“Senda de Izarbe”, a walking trail with painted rocks on the route.

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Castillo de Loarre, one of the oldest in Spain and one of the best preserved Romanesque castle and abbey in Europe.

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“Fiesta de San Lorenzo” in Huesca.

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