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Travel Blogs from La Bastide-des-Jourdans
... saying she needs to practice her violin.....just a moment of "oh man. this isn't my job anymore." And earlier today we had some errands to run and to get Brittany used to driving manual she did all the driving today.
Only person/animal who knows i'm still here is Paco the dog. But I think thats only cause he knows I feed him. haha.
Can't believe I depart France in 11 days!
Aix-en-Provence was a fabulously beautiful city in Provence - we highly recommend a visit!
Being the first week of December, the Christmas markets and the feeling of Christmas had begun :-)
Aix was founded in 123 BC by the Roman ...
We stayed in a mansion- well almost a mansion, but I reckon it's the biggest place we've been in on this trip and the resort had so much fun stuff to do. They had archery, quad biking, paint ball, wave pool, playgrounds and a tonne of other stuff! We did an archery lesson and had a really good instructor. Dad, mum, Lyla and I absolutely loved every single bit of it. Nearly every morning at 10'O clock we would head down to the cuddly animal farm they had there. ...
... other store caught Sowmya’s eyes – an ice cream shop. So we took a break and had some delicious ice cream. I felt like we all went back to our childhood days – climbing the short wall on the other side of the street, separating the town from the cliffs and trees, to look down deep into the red landscape.
With happy eyes and a satiated stomach, we took off on the road to our next – a medieval ...
... besides the great scenery was the Ochre in Roussillon. The mountains are all that color as are many of the buildings in town. It's really quite beautiful.
We went through a little town that Debbie and Gary stayed in before that was full of little canals - I'd like to go back and explore that town, it was really cute. Not cute enough that I remember the name, however (I could not spell it anyway).