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Today started with a trip to another market,thought it would be the last so dragged
Ricko along ( unwillingly ) had a quick look sorry Rebecca no shoes then decided to do a bit of adventuring out of the old town. Had coffee and while we where sitting there spied a railway station. Had a look and saw train to Marseille Had given the idea of visitng there away as thought it went from the same station we arrived at. That was a $35 taxi ride away and thought ...
Had wonderful day on our coach trip to "Markets and Villages of Provence" Started at 9.00 and L'lsle-sur-la-Sorgue 1st village had this amazing market. .It was on banks of a canal they call mini .Venice and it was huge. Lots of lovely things to tempt a person.
Next village Gords this was very old and a hilltop village. Next Roussillon this built on ochre cliffs and all the ...
... was up and back in the car without fuss but with a lot of laughs. The rain was so heavy we could hardly hear each other in the car. The gutters were overflowing. It was just like a summer storm in Melbourne that appears on the news, only I was out running from Hotel to Hotel trying to communicate the need for a room for four. By now it was 8.30pm, I was soaked and running down dark alleyways that I wouldn't normally go. In ...
... bacon, eggs etc and met a lovely couple from Hampshire in London who gave us some great tips on what to see in the area, the highlight being the little town of Cassis about an hour away on the Mediterranean coast. After breakfast Ally had a quick swim (the only brave one amongst us) and Mum & Dad shot off to the supermarket for some supplies. Louis: Around 12 we headed south to the coast, and into the small town called Cassis. We struggled ...
... some parts, we would get to the top before the sun vanished. Just before we started our ascent, we saw a small rocked road which trailed up a bit of the mountain. Ideally a 4x4 would have been the better choice but Ben and I decided that it was essential to take his 1 litre Corsa up there. It resulted in me pushing the back of his car whilst he was slowly killing the clutch, I couldn't stop myself from laughing as rocks wheel spun into my legs. It was such a view, ...
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