Domaine de Rasigous
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So yes, the eldest Cavanough is turning 11 today and because we are so far from his friends and other family members we tried to make his day as special as we can. This started with presents, chocolate for breakfast and then pinball machine games. We were thrilled to have a package delivered to our 'maison' which was sent from Australia. One of his friends from school posted him a card and present and it arrived to the right place and on time. He felt very special. Later that ...
We are leaving the black mountains and heading East. It should be better weather. We are planning to work our way along the coast towards Nimes and then onto the south easy go France. We have three months before we are due back here in Villemagne for our 'summer holiday' at the beginning of June. So our first stop is Ouveillan. A small town north of Narbonne. The temperature has risen to 18 degrees and the sky is blue, but the wind is still very strong. It's a noisy aire, ...
So the carnival is over and we pack up and spend a night at Fanjeaux before journeying to the Weedons at Villemagne. A week of R&R with friends. A week spent visiting some new places and revisiting old ones - Castelnaudary, Carcassonne, Mazeres and Revel. Lunch in out of the way village bars and coffee in market squares. And of course the St Papoul ...
... this area has the largest concentration of tightly packed greenhouses in the world with over 40,000 hectares under cover. From a satellite the sea of plastic is one of the most visible manmade areas in the world. After a peaceful night in a very modern hotel in the port city of Sagunto we were quickly through the Pyrenees and into France.
We reached Les Petites Ecuries in Marseillette mid afternoon to a warm welcome from Carol Ross ...
... 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 ...