Monday, September 26, 2005
Clouds of the 'Albera' - type announce the Tramontana, a strong wind that falls down from the Pyrenees
The Tramontana is a wind coming from North-West. With its incredible strength or force - up to 200 kms./h - it whips, cleans and dries the lands South of the Pyrenees.
If you want to know where Salvador Dali got huge parts of his imagination from, visit the
Cap de Creus ('Cape of the Crosses') not far from the town of Figueres. You have a choice:
go to the moon or visit this part of Catalonia. If you are really lucky and the Tramontana blows, you will come back as reborn.