Next stop Andorra. After three hours in the car driving through the winding roads of the French Pyrenees, I’m so glad I don’t get carsick. While my brother had to sleep or stare at the horizon the entire time, I was reading and playing some very meaningful and productive games such as Crossy Road, Splashy Cats, and Angry Birds. At one point during the drive, I saw some white rocks and sheep on the side of a mountain. It was also really foggy on parts, which was really fun. Near the end of the drive, we went into a tunnel on a foggy side and came out into the sun. So far Andorra isn’t that bad, it reminds me of Colorado. We couldn’t get into our apartment until 3:00, so we wandered the town and bought some groceries. After parking the car in the parking garage below the building, we tried to get into the apartment, but we left the keys down in the car. This wouldn’t have been that big of a problem, except you can’t get into the garage without the key. Thirty minutes later we finally got in when someone else opened the garage. This place is pretty much a one-story house; it has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, one big main space, and WiFi! Today’s cultural immersion food for me was spelt cakes with USA made peanut butter. Really getting a sense of the culture with that selection.