We crossed into Spain today in hopes to find warmer weather but we are driving directly in a storm of year named Gloria. Oopsie.
We ended at a small mom and pop campground in the teeny town of Cabanes. For 10 euros a night, we had access to electric, wifi and probably the hottest showers in all of Europe. Had be careful the kids didn’t burn themselves.
We headed over to Dali’s hometown of Figueres, Spain to explore the Dali Museum but it ended up being closed on the day we visited.
So we made the best of the situation by visiting the gift shop and watching a few videos on the artist and surrealism on YouTube. Hopefully it was enough for the kids to be able to recall Dali in the future, our hopes for all we expose them to during our travels around the world aka roadschool.
Driving in the rain to our next spot.
Our next spot is outside of Barcelona. Once again we find ourselves at a cheap campground for a few nights. Barcelona is a hot spot for van break-ins and theft so we feel much better being in a secured area instead of a wild camping spot in the city that we usually prefer.
They have a common room with tables and chairs that’s perfect for us while we wait out the huge storm. The wind has been rocking our van around and there was even some hail for a bit.
Hunkering down in the van to catch up on work, vlogs, FreelyRoaming content and school.
This cheap beer called Estrella Damm from Spain is fantastic to me. Maybe it reminds me of Tecate, my other cheap favorite beer. Or maybe I have a thing for red cans. Hehe.
Here’s a peek at our day from Dan’s perspective with a visit to Taco Bell as well 🙂
As always, thanks for following along,