Travel Blogs from Mailhac
... en forme pour faire ca lol, maid bon cest super beau! et la vue en haut est malade!
sur le chemin du retour on passe par un petit village nommer Montreal, on la trouve bien drole et on se faite prendre en photo avec la pancarte! comme des vrais touristes!
ce soir, ce sera relax! Benben nous fait une superbe salade et un plat de riz immeennnseee!!! lol bon dodo! taaaa qui fait frette!!! je capote, on a de la misere a se rechauffer!
... and was overseen by Pierre Paul Riquet (1604-1680), who devised a system of channelling water from the nearby Montagne Noir to supply the top levels of the canal, but it was not completed until the year after his death.
Innumerable pines, cypresses and plane trees have been planted along its banks, creating a tree-shaded avenue of calm water through the surrounding countryside of vineyards and farmland dotted with small towns. Commercial goods traffic ceased in the ...
Today we visited the historic city of Carcassonne.
Driving towards the city, you can see the wind turbines spinning furiously.
Some people utterly detest these, but actually I think that they have a super
out-of-space look about them!
The old city of Carcassonne is absolutely
fantastic for all you young explorers. Weaving up through the tiny cobbled
streets inside the city ...
... but worth it to spend more time perusing. Of course Tim spent too much time reading every possible bit of information about the history of the place and myself and the boys had to keep egging him on to stop us from dying of boredom ! The camp site it set close to the city about 1 km away along a stream, which gave us a lovely walk back to the site for the evening's entertainment of another episode of "Merlin"- all snuggled up on our top bunk , watching it on the ...
... to find
such a moment, a pause of tranquility, so savor it like the best damn wine
you've ever had!
After the market we hit the beach. Went
for a great run along the beach, passing every shape and size, from wrinkly
grannies to skinny teenage boys. Grabbed some fruit and delicious roast chicken
for a bite to eat before heading back to the gite to recharge our batteries.
A cup of tea went down ...