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Travel Blogs from Perpignan
... picked up a lovely looking cake and gave it to the shopkeeper who replied "crema?" Caroline and I looked at each other - "I think she means do we want cream ?"I said - "Si" I replied at which point the woman looked at me as if if I was mad and wrapped the cake in decorative paper. We then selected a bottle of catalunyan red wine - the lady asked me something similar - "non" I randomly replied ...
... before we headed
back out to take the horses for a walk. It is always entertaining watching tiny
kids horse riding, a look of horror plastered on their face and holding on so
tight their knuckles are white.
Got back home, and felt absolutely
exhausted! Had yummy sausages cooked in vegetables, and of course some
scrumptious roast potatoes. A great day, but a long one. In need of a rest day
And the time arrived for the second big moment of the day: my first time hitchiking! Or, how I see it now, my real baptism as backpacker. =) So I left my stuff next to my feet on the side of the road where Paul indicated me to stay and, without a second thought I extended my arm with my fist clenched and my thumb up in such an antique symbol of freedom and spontainety. After 30 minutes of waiting a first car stopped and my heart accelerated. On the side of the road ...
Day 21 - Avignon To Perpignan Tuesday 02-10-12 Back On The Road. Cruising down the highway at 130 km, the only concern are the trucks that tend to change lanes and indicate at the same time, no time to take in much of the scenery. Wen you do get a chance, not a bad view. Plenty of vineyards with old small stone shacks, quaint. Heading to Perpignan so we can drop the car off and catch the train to ...
... how much like the Alps it all seemed. With hindsight I should have checked the state of the high passes and noticed the couple of cars with a foot of snow on their roofs !
The top road from Foix was challenging in heavy rain, but at 5pm the temperature rose slowly from 1 degrees to 16 degrees and broad sunshine, and the whole scene became mediterranean at last. At 5pm I was ...