(211117) Barcelona, ES -> Madrid, ES
Now it is time for the last destination before flying above the atlantic ocean. Our ride was around 6 PM so we had the half day for preparing and organising things for Cuba. For Madrid we booked a hostel for 3 nights in advance. Couchsurfing did not seem to work this time. Everybody was out of the city ^^.
In the late afternoon we caught the ride and arrived in Mardrid around 1 AM the following day. Because I had no water anymore I was looking for a “Späti” and I did find one. I did not expect that.
more “Madrid, final destination”
I recommend you to read the last sections from the latest post to get on the right way 😉 Or watch the pictures only :p
(111117 – 121117) Granada, ES -> Barcelona, ES
|On the way to Barcelona, Spain, 11/2017
We drove with the girl and the ride took us 18h because we did not drive that fast and we slept for 3 hours. Finally in Barcelona we grabbed the train from Sants station to our friends place in Cerdanyola del Valles and could have a well earned shower.
After some pizza I immediately felt asleep.
It were crazy days in this trip and I’m happy that I have survived them 😀
(031117) Faro, PT -> Huelva, ES
It was time to move to Spain and the next city should be Sevilla. We wanted to make it until there. But yeah, things happen and change randomly like the follows..
We left the flat from our host and walked to the east side of the city. Near a petrol station we were picked up by a guy, who was originally from Canada. He brought us until Olhão. Not that far but ok. Unfortunately it started to rain and we decided to take the train until the border of Portugal.
more “Andalusia, hot Sevilla and cold Granada”
(031017) Bordeaux -> Donostia
Close to Spain…the way to Donostia was not to far that we decided to hitchhike again. Our host brought us to a petrol station on the highway. The weather was shit but within 5 minutes somebody from Bayonne picked us up. With the window down and cigarette on we were cruising down the highway. He spoke a little bit of spanish that we communicated in spanish…a bit
more “Donostia – San Sebastián”