Chateau des Ducs de Joyeuse
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... locally grown and bought from the market, boulangerie or from local suppliers. A couple of days ago, for instance, we were out on a walk around a mountain village perched on the hillside overlooking a spectacular gorge and we found a lovely restaurant serving coffee and pizzas. I offered to buy us some for lunch but Alison said I could get some coffees but she had something sorted out back at the house. Somewhere in this space I'll put ...
So a bit of a gap in the blog because having arrived at La Redorte I have been swept into a couple of days of amazing hospitability, meals, lots of wine and outings.
So how did it start? SATURDAY, August 30th
I left my previous campsite saying au revoir to Anne and Gascon, the owners and lovey hosts. I told Gladys (satnav) to get me to La Redorte by the quickest route and blow the expense, so was routed through ...
As still as anything here and so quiet. Just lovely. The town is beautiful, I won't say the most beautiful because I don't think you can claim that until one has seen all the towns of the world. The water is so still it acts as a perfect mirror. It was beautiful and quiet and it felt so relaxing and kinda eerie at the same ...
Rob and Rob and John did a tour of the underground caves where they ripen the Roquefort cheeses, 14-25 days depending on the type of cheese. I wandered the village, climbed to a view point, looking out over the Massiv Central, looked at a ruined chapel and then went for coffee. "Cappuccino" was black coffee with thick real cream on top! After the tour, set off toward Andorra, another country when you might say "Where?" Andorra is on the ...
It being a very hot afternoon, I turned on the air-con in a moment of guilt and trembling joy as the cool air immediately started to blow on my face and give me goose bumps on the back of my neck, and drove off, slightly indirectly again, towards Limoux, Quillan and finally Fa. In the process of getting lost in Carcassonne one final time a French song started on the radio but the Chorus was in English and went like this: "Always lost in the city, always lost ...