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Travel Blogs from Millau
After leaving Camp Hi De Hi we made our way via the Camargue and off the
toll road to the Languedoc region in Southern France. This is an area
we had read a great deal about in books and held a lot of fancination to
us. Kate Moss's book Labyrinth, a fictional book based in Carcassonne
arounfd the Middle Ages makes for good reading after being to the
actual place. It is based loosely around the true events of the time
... the rounds of cheese were showing lots of blue as they had been in the cave for 19 out of their 20 day stay. After the 20 days which allows the blue to ripen sufficiently, the loafs (rounds) are covered in tinfoil to slow down the development of the blue and the cheese is placed in a special climate controlled room where it ripens for a minimum of 90 days. The oldest level of the cave we visited dates from 1830 and the oak shelving was 160 years old! ...
... and also dry all my bike gear etc.
Before coming on this trip I bought a new pair of bike boots which were meant to be waterproof, however, one trip to work in the rain and my feet were soaked!! Andy also bought an expensive pair that he has used on this trip and he also has got soaked feet. However for myself, about two days before leaving I found an old secondhand pair of boots going for £35 in a biker’s cafe and so decided to buy them. They looked cheap and ...
... looking for something fort father since the hat bombed. Found a nice chocolate store and asked the lady if they had any fancy cashew chocolates, she pursed her mouth, gave me a dirty look and said no and waked away...I have met more rude jerks here in the last twelve hours than I have in all of my time in southern Asia. Don't think I am going to keep trying, really testing my patience and self-control, I would not want a blow up and end up getting prodded for the next ...