Tonight is my last night in Europe, during the last 10 days I crossed Spain, successively the Pyrenees, Pamplona, Madrid, Granada and the Sierra Nevada.
In the Pyrenees I drove through the mountains, between cows, rivers and farms. Because there had to be refueled, I decided to go to Pamplona on time. Unsuccessfully I tried to book an AirBNB, thus finally wildcamping again, however this time in a quiet street in the city. The next day I discovered Pamplona, a nice little town with beautiful city walls, forts and other antiquity.
The last 5 days were mostly on the road and finding out that even on the good roads in Europe, the troubled roads of Belgium disregarded, with the Yellow Monster 300 KM a day is quit a challenge. Moreover, it is dark early.
In Belgium I wild camped around the town of Ypres, known for the First World War. The route to it consisted mainly of a lot of wrong driving and getting to know the quirks of my GPS.
Dear friends, thank you very much for the cozy farewell drink last night, and also thanks for the many books, liquorice and stroopwafels! I left at 12:15 this afternoon with destination Koksijde, Belgium.