Thursday, October 31 I left Trans in Provence around 07:00 to go to Mauritania via Spain and Morocco. It was a long driving day partially with fog and drizzle on the A8 and A9 highway to Perpignan. Then a very good road in the Catalan Pyrenees to Bourg-Madame. Of course no border post to enter Spain, EU country. The N260 led me to La Seu d' Urgell in the mountains to stop bivouacking at the edge of the road overhanging the valley at 1152 meters of altitude.
Friday, November 1 I moved towards Ainsa by a beautiful road rolling in the mountain. While arriving at the entrance of the city I noted that the horde of the tourists had broken; the carparks were crammed. Consequently I decided not to visit it because I had already traversed it in 2014, here. I thus bivouacked on the same carpark.
Saturday, November 2 I tried my chance to visit Alquézar once again, here. As in Ainsa all the carparks and the roadsides were occupied. I went my way to find a place of bivouac; it was in Radiquero behind the containers of sorted waste. Spanish is civilized than some French.
On Sunday, November 3 weather was not with the rain, I decided to traverse the track of Trans-Iberian proposed by the Voyage4x4 Internet site starting from Radiquero up to Farlete where I bivouacked outside the village. The track was very practicable with some mud puddle pools of-here beyond. The landscapes were very varied composed of small woods, meadows and cultivated fields as well as many buildings of poultry breeding out of battery. The average altitude of the plate is of 450 meters but very undulating.