Auberge de l'Aiguebrun
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... campsite for about 4 pm. Sue went for a swim but I am not allowed. There is a rule about male swimwear that I do not really understand. One is not allowed in to swim unless wearing budgie smugglers and I only possess shorts. I am not a sex object and I simply will not have all these women staring at me like that! Having an evening stroll round the campsite, we spotted an all black ...
... the setting, decor, room and furnishings were right up our Rue. Result! Full marks to Shep for booking it as were here for 3 days to explore Provence in all its glory. Showered, unpacked, relaxed, wi-fi'd up, we hit the loungers in the garden, had a swim in the lovely pool and generally pondered how great life is here when done properly and what a contrast to Marseilles. A quick power nap, change and back into Gordes for an early dinner, we hit upon the location for one of ...
Fricassee Of chicken & figs with camargue red rice pilaf
Camargue red rice pilaf
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 red onion, finely chopped
2 sticks celery, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 cup Camargue red rice (available from good supermarkets)
1 teaspoon salt
1@3/4 cups chicken stock or water
70g slivered almonds, toasted
1/2 cup flat-leafed parsley, coarsely chopped
In a medium saucepan ...
Not a lot to report of for today. It was the day of the Bonnieux markets so we didn't plan on going anywhere else.
Ches contributed to the local economy with as much vigor as she normally applies when in New Zealand. She shopped with serious intent and execution for many hours. Food barely got a look in as clothing etc claimed her attention.
After lunch we took the walk up to the top of the village; to the old church and ...
... for the season, this last weekend. It has been privately owned by the Bride family since 1961 and they have been restoring it ever since. Rene and Ann-Marie Bride are both buried next to the alter, Anne-Marie having made it to 100 yrs and dying in 2012. Just reward you would think.
It was built by the Carmelites on the site of an even older hermitage in the 12th and 13th Cs. This place really needs to be seen rather than described. Built with it's back ...