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After driving over the dam, then turning left, we were taken aback, in a good way, with what was next on the agenda. It is a narrow, winding road, but two vehicles can pass without problem, for most of it. We even passed a few herberts towing caravans, so that should give you an idea.
Anyway, the road aside, the scale of the mountains and cliffs was stunning, in what was a relatively narrow valley. At one point we even passed a spectacular waterfall right next to us, which was a double-edged sword for Sophie, who has been on at me for years about seeing such a sight, because there was no where to stop and photograph it properly.
After this great drive, we were soon back on sensible roads. This DK drive was a circuit, which meant that we could take advantage of the facilities at the aire at Udeba, that we’d lunched at onboard a few days earlier. We also topped up our LPG and diesel, so we had a “full-house”, with everything full that needed filling, and everything empty that needed emptying.
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