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... an NGO to train women and children in visual media and communications in Afghanistan. His work was very moving. Both Allen and I had a strong emotional response of wanting to find a way to do something to make this world a better place. I immediately thought of the refugees in Denver who are struggling to make a new life for themselves.
Our second stop was at the Village of the Bories. The Bories are stone huts made ...
... This is another pretty old town on a rocky outcrop. The surrounding mountainous countryside is quite spectacular. We didn't have long here and although there is a ruined castle I didn't visit it, preferring instead to roam the laneways. These old towns are pretty but life there could be pretty brutal from what I heard. Being up high, a preferred way to be rid of intruders was to throw them off the mountain. Jackie had promised us ...
... arm. It becomes a daily ritual for us both. A gentle pinch to see if we are not really dreaming.
Oh the bliss we have a bathtub and i make the most of it to soak the ache out of my poor abused feet and legs. The bed is extremely comfortable and we both sleep well and wake to a glorious morning not as hot as the previous day. Walking through the waking old city is breathtaking .
We make the most of Patrimony weekend ...
... feat, this huge aqueduct has 3 tiers with 35 arches and is 50 metres high and 275 metres long. We walked along it marvelling at its sheer size and puzzling over how on earth they managed to manoeuvre the huge blocks of stone used to build it.
Another great day we ventured into Provence to a quaint little village called Les Baux de Provence, sitting on a rocky hilltop. We walked around the cute little streets to the top of the town where you can climb ...
... the red Ferrari and the silver Aston Martin convertible started to give us the clue, and the Bastide de Gordes operated by the Sisley Paris arm of Benetton and the Sotheby's Properties office filled in any remaining uncertainties. Tiny stone house or apartment many hundreds of years old, dodgy plumbing, electrical, heating etc but don't expect any change from €2m. Despite the place obviously being bought up by people who have way ...